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City of David Jerusalem Walls National Park

| August 25, 2013 | 1 Comment
City of David Jerusalem Walls National Park

City of David Jerusalem Walls National Park – Historical Goldmine   Jerusalem! Just hearing this name stirs up all kinds of emotions and spiritual feelings. There is no better place to experience life as it was throughout Jerusalem’s long and often stormy history than by visiting the City of David, Ir David in Hebrew. This […]

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Tiberias Hot Springs, Spa and More!

| July 26, 2013 | 0 Comments
Tiberias Hot Springs, Spa and More!

Tiberias Hot Springs, Spa and Archaeological National Park Tiberias (Tiverya), is one of Israel’s 4 holy cities that also includes Jerusalem, Safed (Tzfat), and Hebron. Built on the shores of the beautiful Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee,) the lowest altitude freshwater lake in the world, Tiberias was originally constructed by Antipater to cull favor with […]

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Acre (Akko)

| July 25, 2013
Acre (Akko)

Acre: A Place to Experience Multi-Cultural History Acre, perhaps one of the most multifaceted towns in Israel, is located on the northern Mediterranean coast. Today, Jews, Christians and Muslims live, study, work and relax side by side painting a picture of harmony for all to experience. Why the Name Acre? The origin of its name […]

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Ashkelon Map

| May 31, 2013 | 0 Comments
Ashkelon Map

Use an Ashkelon Map to Plan Your Day Trip Ashkelon is not only a great place for touring, but it is also a gateway to other very interesting historical, archeological, Biblical, holistic, recreational, amusement and underground attractions in the surrounding area. A one day trip can take in many of these sites, which you can look […]

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Western Wall Tunnels

| April 21, 2013 | 1 Comment
Western Wall Tunnels

The Western Wall, the Kotel Almost every first-time visitor to Jerusalem visits the Western Wall – the piece of the retaining wall of the magnificent Second Jewish Temple built more than 2,000 years ago. But the section of the Western Wall where we pray today is only a small visible segment (about 200 feet, 60 […]

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Ashkelon Excavations

| April 20, 2013 | 0 Comments
Ashkelon Excavations

Ashkelon National Park: Tel Ashkelon Ashkelon is one of the world’s oldest cities and the remains of about 20 cities buried one on top of another have been found at Tel Ashkelon, dating from 3500 BCE to 1500 CE – about 5,000 years. The remains at Tel Ashkelon are within the boundaries of Ashkelon National Park, […]

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Mount Carmel and Haifa Nature Reserves

| April 19, 2013 | 0 Comments
Mount Carmel and Haifa Nature Reserves

Mount Carmel (Har Carmel) Mount Carmel, Har Carmel in Hebrew, means the mountain of G-d’s vineyard. Blessed with an abundance of rain, high humidity, and the many evergreen trees that grow there, these mountains were given the nickname of the evergreen mountain. Har Carmel stretches from the Menashe Plateau in the south to the Haifa Bay […]

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Beer Sheva

| April 17, 2013 | 0 Comments
Beer Sheva

Beer Sheva: The City of Abraham The southern Israeli city Beer Sheva is the capital of the Negev Desert. Together, Beer Sheva and the Negev make up 60% of Israel’s land mass. Beer Sheva History Beer Sheva is one of the oldest inhabited cities in the world, and archaeological finds show that this area was inhabited since […]

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Sea of Galilee Map

| December 2, 2012 | 0 Comments
Sea of Galilee Map

North Shore Sea of Galilee: Korazim, Tabgha, Capernaum, Mount of Beatitudes and Beit Saida If you look at a map of the Sea of Galilee you will find many sites around the northern lake shore of the Sea of Galilee, Lake Kinneret, that are the archaeological remains of several towns and places where many important events […]

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Netanya Nature Reserves

| September 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
Netanya Nature Reserves

Nature in Netanya Israel You may have thought that Netanya is comprised entirely of hotels, white sands, and blue sea, but there are several off-the-beaten track green and colorful areas of Netanya as well. Visiting them is a great way to experience nature in Israel. Winter Pond, Netanya As its name suggests, this pond, or […]

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