Caesarea in Israel had no rivers or springs. The Romans built aqueducts in order to provide drinking water for the Roman and Byzantine city from the Shuni springs in the north. The Mediterranean Sea is just visible on the left.
The Citadel (Tower of David) in the Old City. Yerushalayim (Jerusalem) is located on a plateau in the Judean Mountains between the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea, is one of the oldest cities in the world.
Hall of the Last Supper(Cenacle),Isreal. This room though from the Crusader Period,is built over a Byzantine Church. Some earlier remains dating to First Century are believed to be a Jewish Christian Synagogue occupying the site where Christian Tradition
The Jewish Quarter, known as "HaRova" ("the quarter") by locals, is located in the southeast quadrant of the Old City and when the Jewish people returned to Jerusalem after the exile after the Second Temple was destroyed.