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Petah Tikva Museum of Art

The Petah Tikva Museum of Art is located in the Museum Complex on the border of Petah Tikva. It was launched in the year 1964. The Museum proudly introduces a collection in the world of art, featuring Israeli and international artists in various media such as sculpture, painting, video, film, photography, installation, architecture, and performance. […]

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Holon Story Gardens

The Story Gardens of Holon is the only story-telling park in Israel. It is a very unique park intended to enrich a child’s imagination and interest to some of the most famous children’s stories. The park also enhances the awareness and love of every child and visitor regarding children’s literature. There are currently a total […]

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Museum of Human Sciences and Environment

The Museum of Human Sciences and Environment is an extraordinary museum that is suitable for sightseers of all ages. It is located at 16 Sharet Street in Petah Tikva. The structure of the Museum is just plain and simple. What makes it unique is their wide range of display and activities that is created ingeniously […]

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Holon Cinematheque

The Holon Cinematheque, located in the city of Holon near Tel Aviv, is one of the establishments built for the appreciation of Israeli art and culture. The center is part of the bigger Mediatheque Holon in central district. Built in 2008, the Holon Cinematheque empowers the appreciation, love and education towards the art of motion pictures and […]

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Baron Rothschild Monument

The Baron Rothschild Monument was created to honor one of the most influential figures and famous benefactor in Israel named Edmond de Rothschild. It was built in the year 1947 after his death. His monument rests in Rothschild Street in Petah Tikva. 10 years after Petah Tikva was founded, Baron Rothschild, decided to help the […]

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Israeli Cartoon Museum

The Israeli Cartoon Museum is located in the city of Holon near Tel Aviv. In 2007, it was added to the Mediatheque Holon which is the main cultural center of the city. It is where the Israeli cartoonists and caricaturists develop their art through constant practice, learning and exposure. Art galleries and exhibition rooms are found […]

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Holon Mediatheque

The Mediatheque located in Holon is the city’s main cultural hub which is composed of the Mediatheque Theater, Mediatheque Public Library, Holon Cinematheque, Israeli Cartoon Museum and the Design Museum Holon. The various components of the Mediatheque has worked together to fulfill Holon’s goal to become a city with rich Israeli art and culture. The […]

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Yad Lebanim Museum

Yad Lebanim Museum in Petah Tikva is a Museum that you could definitely learn a lot. Tourists would gain a thorough knowledge on Israeli’s rich and colorful history when visiting the place. The Yad Lebanim Museum is located in the park Yad Lebanim, which has a beautiful, grassy spot area in the center of the […]

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Baptist Village

Baptist Village is Israel’s pride. Within a few minutes from the town of Petah Tikva, you would feel as though you are in an entirely different world. The serene atmosphere, magnificent landscape and the beautiful tress and citrus groves around the place welcomes you to the enchanting Holy Land. Everyone can visit the place anytime […]

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Mediatheque Public Library

The Mediatheque Public Library in Holon is the city’s main information center. It was originally established as the Holon Public Library in 1956, it was later renamed when transferred to a new and more convenient location in the Mediatheque Cultural Center last 2004. As the new generation arises, the strategies of the library has also […]

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Zoo of Petah Tikvah

The Zoo of Petah Tikvah, which was restored in the year 1996 of October, is a new tourist spot in the beautiful city of Petah Tikvah. Visitors can now enjoy a wide range of species of animals. Get ready to be amazed into the animal kingdom as you try to observe how they move, eat, […]

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Tel Lachish

Tel Lachish in Ashdod is considered as the second most significant city in Judah’s kingdom in the south. It is taken into the biblical account its battle encounters of Sennacherib, Nebuchadnezzar and Joshua. At first, Tel Lachish is recognized by Albright as “Lachish” in the year 1929. Leslie Starkey first unearthed it in 1932-1938 and […]

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Lachish Stream Promenade

Lachish Stream Promenade is located in the northwestern part of Ashdod. This place is perfect for taking long and relaxing walk while admiring the breathtaking scenery. With shady trees and a very clean surrounding, you would definitely enjoy the area. You could also go biking or jogging along with a group of friends or families. […]

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Ashdod Sea Mall

Ashdod Sea Mall is considered as the biggest shopping mall that was built in Ashdod. It was launched approximately two years ago. The architectural design of the mall is amazing since it looks small from the outside. However, when you check it inside, you would be surprised how vast it is. The Ashdod Sea Mall […]

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Keshatot Beach

The Keshatot Beach is one of the famous beaches in the city of Ashdod. If you want to pamper yourself, relax, unwind, enjoy and free yourself from a day of stress, then this beach is suitable for you. There are multiple of water activities to do at Keshatot like diving, sailing and surfing. Having a […]

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Ad Halom Park

The Ad Halom Park is located in the southeastern part of the town in Ashdod. This place has a rich historical significance way back in the ancient times where dozens of IDF soldiers, fought bravely in some of the most brutal wars in the IDF history. During the course of the war, many brave soldiers […]

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Blue Marina

The Blue Marina, which is situated in close proximity to the heart of the city in the center of the beach zone in Ashdod, is one of the latest marinas in Israel. Its latitude is 31° 48″ N and a Longitude of 34° 37″ E. The Marina has a very wide space for vessels to […]

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Marina Beach

Marina Beach is one of the popular beaches found in the city of Ashdod. The white sand and sparkling blue water is very inviting. You would be amazed how clean the surroundings are. Relaxing and unwinding in Marina Beach is the best way to relieve yourself from stress. Any forms of relaxation like lying down […]

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Corrine Maman Ashdod Museum

The Corrine Maman Ashdod Museum is said to be the leading museum of the Philistines all throughout the world. Inside its 450 square meter site, you could see wide varieties of artifacts demonstrating the interesting culture and history of the Philistines. The outstanding architectural design of the place tells a story of Ashdod’s history as […]

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Beit Hativat Givati Museum

The Beit Hativat Givati Museum has a very rich and remarkable history. It is in this exact place where the final battle in the War for Independence took place. The epic deeds of the soldiers can be viewed through their collection of displays. The exhibits tell us how the War of Independence started and how […]

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Ashdod Museum of Art Monart Centre

The Ashdod Museum of Art Monart Centre displays Israeli and works of contemporary art from around the world. The museum is located right in the heart of the city, close to the central bus station and the city hall, enjoying a breathtaking view of the Ashdod marina. The Museum was opened in the year 2003, […]

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Ashdod Nitzanim Sand Dune Park

Ashdod Nitzanim Sand Dune Park is a unique psammosere ecosystem situated in the nearby city of Ashdod, extending over at about 3,000 acres amid the Mediterranean Sea towards the west and agricultural areas to the east, and between the waterway to the south, which is the Avtach and to the north, connecting to the city […]

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World Jewish Film Festival

The World Jewish Film Festival is an international event that is being held every year at the International Convention Center in Ashkelon. The festival consists of films from all over the world and feature documentaries and short films. The World Jewish Film Festival also highlights films that can be viewed by the people from 20 […]

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Ashkelon National Park

Ashkelon National Park is enclosed with history and heritage for a long period of time and is located on the southern part of the Mediterranean coast. In the Roman period the city of Ashkelon was a developing commercial center which is now remarkably exhibited in the park. Some of them are the Roman basilica, Statues […]

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The Valley of Elah

The Valley of Elah is a biblical site that was illustrated in the Bible as the place where Israelites settled when David fought Goliath. It is 45 minutes southwest of Jerusalem and is one of the most strongly hidden secrets of Israel. The Elah tree which is a Terebinth type of tree can be found […]

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Bet Guvirin Maresha National Park

Bet Guviran Maresha National Park is located at the Bet Shemesh-Kiryat Gat road opposite Kibbuts Bet Guvrin. It incorporates an approximately 1,250 acres of rolling hills in the Judean lowlands. The hills, about 400 m above sea level, consist mainly of chalk overlaid with harder rock called Nari. People have dug small gap to build […]

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Kibbutz Yad Mordechai

Kibbutz Yad Mordechai is located 10km south of Ashkelon. It was named after the leader of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Mordechai Anilewicz and was constituted in 1943. On the site is a magnificent giant sculpture of the leader overseeing the Kibbutz and an ancient water tower which was attacked by the Egyptians during the War […]

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The Ashkelon Khan and Museum

The Ashkelon Khan and Museum is located in Hatzmaut Square, Migdal in Ashkelon. It is a beautiful and magnificent Arab hotel in the ancient period and was eventually transformed into a site of the Ashkelon’s history museum. It highlights different archaeological discoveries with some 5,000 year history. The Ashkelon’s famous Canaanite silver calf – a […]

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Carlsberg-Israel Visitor Center

Carlsberg-Israel Visitor Center is located in the Southern Industrial Area in Ashkelon. The Carlsberg’s story began in the last quarter of 1991 when the Coca Cola Israel made an agreement with Carlsberg International A/S giving them the exclusive rights to distribute Carlsberg and Tuborg brands and products in Israel. They were also able to gain […]

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Moshe Aviv Tower

The Moshe Aviv Tower is one of the famous attractions in Ramat Gan, Israel. The tower is generally known as the “City Gate”.  It is the tallest building in Israel with 68 floors and a total height of 250 meters. Two architects namely Amnon Schwartz and Amnon Niv designed the structure. It got its name […]

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