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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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White City Tel Aviv

| July 24, 2012 | 0 Comments
White City Tel Aviv

White City The name White City reflects Tel Aviv’s architecture, namely the use of white stone in order to reflect the heat. Large windows, which were popular in Europe for their ability to provide abundant sunlight, were replaced by smaller ones to give more shade and less heat and glare.  Sloped roofs to drain off the rain were […]

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Masada Israel

| July 18, 2012 | 0 Comments
Masada Israel

Masada: The Most Visited Attraction in Israel Masada fortress, the most visited tourist attraction in Israel after the Western Wall in Jerusalem, is home to the archaeological ruins of King Herod’s fortress and first-‎century Roman villa built into the surrounding rock face. Located in the Judean Desert approximately 18 km south of Ein ‎Gedi on top […]

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