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    Serbian pop-folk singer Jovana Tipsin recently visited Israel, where she shared moments of what she hailed as a “highly spiritual experience” on social media.

    A mysterious glowing light in the sky above Nazareth, Israel, has been captured in a pic that was shared on social media by Serbian pop-folk singer Jovana Tipsin.

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    While visiting Nazareth, which is described in the New Testament as the childhood home of Jesus Christ, the 44-year-old singer captured some fascinating footage, as dark and brooding clouds hovering above a building suddenly parted to reveal a magnificent golden glow.

    As she shared the photograph with her followers, Tipsin, who was reportedly visiting the region with friend, referred to her trip as a “highly spiritual experience”.

    ​The performer was also said to have visited the scene of the transfiguration of Jesus - Mount Tabor, as well as the river Jordan, where John baptised Jesus.

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    Some fans on social media responded by hailing the moment as a momentous “sign”.

    ​Others simply pointed out it was the sun shining though the clouds.

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    Nazareth, the largest city in the Northern District of Israel, is described in the New Testament as the childhood home of Jesus, and as such is a centre of Christian pilgrimage, with many shrines commemorating biblical events.

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