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.