Click Photo for Larger Version
Please read before you download
Images and/or text from holylandphotos.org are NOT TO BE USED ON OTHER WEB SITES, NOR COMMERCIALLY, without special permission. To request permission contact us at email@example.com.
Just to the left (north) of center the V–shaped depression (dark green) is the Nahr el–Kalb—it is crossed by the modern bridge. On the right (south) side of the image is the cliff where most of the inscriptions are located. The clock in the lower right quadrant of the image is over a modern tunnel that runs through the cliff.
Left (north) of center is a white figure that is a huge nineteenth century statue of the Virgin Mary in Harissa—a popular pilgrimage site for Christians.
All but one of the inscriptions are on the hill (cliff) on the right (south) side of the wadi.
This image courtesy of Mark Connally.