The Biblical City of Lod

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Today Pegman travels to Lod, Israel. The town takes its name from the biblical City of Lod, significant Judean town from the Maccabean Period to the early Christian period.

Click on the photo above and feel free to wander around. When you find inspiration, write 150 words on your blog and link it to the other entries via the blue frog below. Remember that reading and commenting is part of the fun!

Do your best and have a good time learning about a new place and the people who may live there.

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Did you know you can suggest a location for Pegman? We just ask that you check first to see that Pegman is actually allowed in the place. Much of China and Africa remain uncharted by Google Street View, though sometimes you can find photospheres.

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About J Hardy Carroll

J Hardy Carroll is a novelist and comics artist currently residing in one of those soundalike states that starts and ends with a vowel .
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4 Responses to The Biblical City of Lod

  1. Joy Pixley says:

    Such a cool location! Wish I could pause and look around, but I don’t even have time for that. HUGE deadlines Monday and Tuesday. Next weekend, I hope!

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  2. Lynn Love says:

    Reblogged this on Word Shamble and commented:
    What Pegman Saw is one of my favourite writing prompts. Run by two terrifically talented writers, Josh and Karen, it lures you to distant lands and invites you to explore and let your imagination run amok. Do pop along and take part. My own contribution is scheduled for tomorrow.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Pingback: What Pegman Saw: The house of Dajjal – Word Shamble

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