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Harriet Barovick, Tam Gray, Daniel S. Levy, Lina Lofaro, David Spitz, Flora Tartakovsky and Chris Taylor

WALK THIS WAY The Israel National Parks Authority has approved a 262-ft.-long transparent bridge to be built just below the surface of the Sea of Galilee so visitors can follow in the footsteps of Christ. “We have no intention to try and re-create the divine miracle that happened to Jesus,” says contractor Ron Major, who’s building it with the help of funds from the Israeli government. After it opens in August, he expects up to 800,000 people a year to pay a minimal fee to walk on water. And, yes, lifeguards will be on hand in case anyone strays from the true path.

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