Neapoli, Lasithi, Greece
14th century Franciscan Priory The recently, partly restored Franciscan monastery of Agios Antonios a kilometre from the Cretan town of Neapoli, from where the locally born monk Pietro Filargos began his religious career before being elected Pope Alexander V in 1409. The last Greek born Pope.
Herodium. “Mountain of the Little Paradise”) is a truncated-cone-shaped hill, 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) south of Jerusalem and 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) southeast of Bethlehem, in the Judaean Desert, West Bank. Herod the Great built a palace fortress and a small town at Herodium, between 23 and 15 BCE, and is believed to have been buried there. Herodium is 758 meters (2,487 ft) above sea level, the highest peak in the Judaean Desert.
Rishon Le-Tzion, Gush Dan, Israel
Archaeology of Irodion