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  • SAFED — (Heb. צְפָת), principal town of Upper Galilee, situated on a mountain 2,780 ft. (850 m.) high, 30 mi. (48 km.) east of Acre, 25 mi. (40 km.) north of Tiberias. Not mentioned in the Bible, Safed has sometimes been identified with Sepph (Gr. Σεπφ) …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Safed — (he) צפת (ar) صفد Données généra …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Safed — im Nordbezirk Israels Wohnviertel in Safed …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Safed — צְפַת Ciudad de Israel …   Wikipedia Español

  • Safed — (Saffed), Stadt von 10,100 Einw. im Sandschak Akka des Wilajet Beirut, 838 m hoch, seit Anfang des 16. Jahrh. von polnischen Juden, die es als heilige Stadt betrachten, aufgesucht und Sitz einer berühmten Rabbinerschule. Am 1. Jan. 1837 großes… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Safed — Infobox Israel municipality imgsize3=200px name=Safed hebname=Hebrew|צְפַת arname=صفد meaning= Lookout (from the Hebrew root tzafa ) founded= type=city typefrom= stdHeb= altOffSp=Tsfat, Tzefat, Zfat, unicode|Ẕefat| district=north… …   Wikipedia

  • Safed — (Tzefat)    A city in upper Galilee in which Jews have lived for centuries. Beginning in the 16th century, it became an important center of Jewish learning. It has become a center for artists and tourists. More than 90 percent of the city s… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Safed — o Safad o Zefat Ciudad (pob. est., 2000: 25.257 hab.) del norte de Israel. Ubicada cerca del lago Tiberíades (mar de Galilea), es una de las cuatro ciudades judías sagradas de Palestina. Fue fortificada en el s. I AD por Flavio Josefo y en la… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Safed — Sạfed,   Stadt in Israel, Safad …   Universal-Lexikon

  • SAFED —    (17), a town of Palestine, 12 m. N. of Tiberias, occupied principally by Jews attracted thither in part by the expectation that the Messiah, when He appears, will establish His kingdom there; it spreads in horse shoe fashion round the foot of… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

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