ly (r2.7.1) (Robot ēcung: fa:الجلیل)
Galilee embraces more than one-third of present-day [[Israel]], extending "from Dan on the north, at the base of [[Mount Hermon]], to the ridges of Carmel and Gilboa on the south, and from the Jordan valley on the east away across the splendid plains of Jezreel and [[Akko]] to the shores of the [[Mediterranean Sea|Mediterranean]] on the west."
Se Westerna Galilēa, ēac gehāten the "Northern Coastal Plain" starys from north of Haifa up to [[Rosh Hanikra]] in the border
The Lower Galilee strays from [[Mount Carmel]] and [[Gilboa ridge]] in the south to the [[Beit HaKerem Valley]] in the north. Its eastern border is the [[Jordan River]].
The Upper Galilee strays from [[Beit HaKerem Valley]] in the south to the
Most of the Galilee consists of mountainous terrain, at hights of about 500-700 meters. There are serveral high mountain such as [[Mount Tavor]] and [[Mount Meiron]]. The relatively low tempartures and the large amounts of rain puring every year made the Galilee a center of [[flora|blossom]] and wildlife. The streams and waterfalls (mainly in the upper Galilee), along with vast fields of green and colorful flowers made it a popular tourist attraction in [[Israel]].
The [[Kibbutz]]im around the [[Sea of Galilee]] were often by shelled by the [[Syrian army]]'s [[artillery]]. The shelling stopped after [[Israel]] conquered the [[Golan Heights]] in [].
During the []'s and the early []'s, the settlements of the Upper Galilee were frequently attack by [[PLO]] [[terrorist]]s from [[
== Modern Galilēa ==