No. Jerusalem and Nazareth are two separate cities. In Biblical times, Nazareth was in Galilee and Jerusalem in Judea.
Jesus was from Nazareth, it was where he lived with His family. But He died in Jerusalem.
No. Nazareth is approximately 70 miles NNE of Jerusalem.
Israel. Nazareth is near Haifa, and Bethlehem is on the West Bank near Jerusalem.
For christians it is Jerusalem, and Bethlehem.and Nazareth.
No, he was born in Bethlehem and grew up in Nazareth.
It is thought that Mary grew up in Nazareth and, possibly, Jerusalem. After Christ ascended into heaven she spent time in Ephesus and Jerusalem.
She was from Nazareth in Galilee,about 90 miles from Jerusalem.
That's about 65 miles (103 kilometers).There are approximately 63.43 miles Nazareth and Jerusalem. The estimated driving time is 1 hour and 37 minutes, depending on traffic.
Both are inland. In the early part of the first century, Nazareth was a small, rural hamlet in Galilee, well inland from the Mediterranean Sea. Jerusalem is an inland city in what was then called Judea.
According to the gospels, Jesus did not die in Nazareth, he died in Jerusalem, probably around 30 or 33 CE.
Nazareth or Jerusalem or but some where near these places
The shortest driving distance is 94.5 miles.
Jerusalem, nazareth, Hebron, Jerricoh, Bethlehem.
Nazareth is a place... Jesus moved around lots but spent most of his childhood in Nazareth. He spent time in Jerusalem as an adult but didn't really stay anywhere long.
They lived in Nazareth, although being observant Jews they would travel to Jerusalem for the special festivals.
If you are referring to the Virgin Mary, she was raised in Nazareth and, possibly, Jerusalem.
Tiberius was a person and on capri which is very far from Jerusalem