Kinneret Cemetery pictures
|A scene from the Kinneret Cemetery, used by the folk from the first kibbutz at the Sea of Galilee. Kinneret is the usual Jewish name for the sea.
|The grave of Rachel, a well-known poet who once lived in that early kibbutz. Stones left on the grave are a sign of respect. The small black object to the left (with a bench for sitting) is a container for a book of her poetry (in Hebrew, of course!) to be read at the site and then replaced. The book is periodically replaced as it gets worn out.