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The Wise Astronomy Observatory

The Wise Astronomy Observatory is an astronomical observatory situated 5 km west of Mizpe Ramon City in the Negev desert, near the border of the Ramon Crater. It is owned and managed by the Tel-Aviv University and is considered as the only certified astronomical observatory in Israel. The stillness of the surroundings and the dark, […]

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Haifa University

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Haifa University in Israel is situated on the Southeastern side of Israel’s third largest city, sits atop Mount Carmel along with the green forests of Carmel Mountain Park. The university was founded by Haifa mayor Abba Hushi, an Israeli politician who served for eighteen years between 1951 to 1969. Haifa University is split up into six […]

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Stella Maris Lighthouse and Carmelite Monastery

Stella Maris Carmelite Monastery

Stella Maris Carmelite Monastery in Haifa, Israel is beautifully situated in the Stella Maris road on the slope of Mt. Carmel that can be reach by foot or cable car. Standing across the street from the Old Light House, with an outstanding view of the sea and the ensemble of buildings like the Lighthouse called […]

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Haifa Educational Zoo

Haifa Educational Zoo

Haifa Educational Zoo in Israel is perfectly located in the lower part of the northern Lotem River, and one of the most magnificent nature reserves in Mount Carmel. Founded in 1949 and named after the late Louis Ariel Goldschmidt. The contemporary, well equipped facilities of the newly renovated zoo house with a different kinds of […]

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National Maritime Museum

National Maritime Museum in Haifa

National Maritime Museum in Haifa, Israel is a modern four story building situated near the entrance to Haifa South. It is founded by Arie Ben Eli, the first director of this museum in 1953. In 1972, the National Maritime Museum change their location to it’s current premises near to other tourist attractions in Haifa like the […]

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Ein Gedi Antiquities National Park

Ein Gedi Antiquities National Park is located adjacent to Ein Gedi Nature Reserve Park and Arugot River and is about a kilometer north of Kibbutz Ein Gedi. The main finding here is the ruins of a synagogue from the Byzantine period. Found on the synagogue floor were five inscriptions. The subject of the inscription signifies that […]

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Arad Hebrew Music Festival

The Arad Hebrew Music Festival started in the mid 1980’s. It is an annual Festival happening every summer attracting teenagers and is similar to “Woodstock”. The festival is held throughout the city of Arad. It accentuates a variety of music performances giving tribute to Israeli music. It began as a popular song festival organized for groups […]

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Ein Bokek Arad, Israel

Ein Bokek is situated in a hotel and resort district on the shore of the Dead Sea. It has luxury hotels, spas, shopping malls, hot springs, bars and restaurants for visitors to enjoy and relax. Hotels and other establishments continue to expand to cater the growing number of tourists. The ruins and remains of Metzad Bokek, […]

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Ein Gedi Nature Reserve

Ein Gedi Nature Reserve is located at the west of the Dead Sea shore, the lowest place in the world. It’s geographical location, abundance of water, high temperature provide a perfect and ideal conditions for a variety of plants and animals. This spectacular nature reserve has two spring-fed streams, the Arugot stream in the south and […]

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Masada Sound and Light Show

Masada Sound and Light Show takes place at the Masada National Park in Arad Israel. It is located approximately 18 kilometers south of Ein Gedi and 12 kilometers north of Ein Bokek. The cable-car is on the east (Dead Sea) side of the site. Masada is a craggy natural fortress in the Judaean Desert overlooking […]

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Tel Arad National Park

Tel Arad National Park is an archaeological site with remnants of an important city from the Canaanite and Israelite periods. It is divided into a lower city and an upper hill,  a citadel and sanctuary that were constructed in the time of King David and King Solomon. It is located on the outskirts of the […]

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Itzhak Rabin Monument

Itzhak Rabin Monument is a monument with great historical significance. This is the exact area where the Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated on November 04, 1995 during a peace rally. In the monument, one would see the stairs where he was walking down with the assassin leading to the roof where the amateur video […]

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Antique and Collectors Weekly Market

The Antique and Collectors Weekly Market in Netanya, Israel is a new flea market with colorful, attractive and well-arranged stores. On each store, you can find assorted antiques, souvenirs, collectables, assorted crafts, Judaica and a lot more. The great flea market opens every Thursday from 15:00 until 21:00, tentatively during the summer months. This market […]

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Hamat Gader Park in Tiberias

The Hamat Gader Park in Israel is located on the South Eastern part of the Sea of Galilee, in close proximity to Tiberius and its neighboring. The park extends over an area of 40 acres of tropical parkland.  It includes covered outdoor backgrounds, lawns, thermo mineral pool area, restaurants and ancient roman baths.  In addition, […]

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Tel Arad

Tel Arad, also known as “Old Arad” is situated at the west side of the Dead Sea, approximately 10 km west of modern Arad. Mountain ridges, which are identified as the Arad Plain, encircled its area. The place is separated into a lower city and an upper hill that embraces one significant incident, which is […]

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Beit Rubin Museum

Beit Rubin Museum is an attractive little Museum situated at 14 Bialik Street in Tel Aviv, Israel. It has a collection of art books, documentary information and a video in English regarding the artist Reuven Rubin, as well as his studio is all on exhibit in the Museum. The artist, Reuven Rubin was born in […]

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Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Tel Aviv Museum of Art is a remarkable architectural structure and is considered one of the largest museums in Israel of contemporary art. It also possesses a broad variety of works and has exciting representation of Israeli art and culture. The Museum was founded in the year 1932. It functioned as one of the major […]

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Eretz Israel Museum Complex

The Eretz Israel Museum Complex is an extensive complex composed of smaller edifices, pavilions, displays, archaeological discoveries highlighting on the history and culture of the Land of Israel. The museum offers a wide collection of permanent and temporary exhibits on ethnography, folklore, archaeology, Judaica, conventional crafts and functional arts, which are all connected to Israel. […]

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Notre Dame de Sion Ecce Homo Convent

Notre Dame de Sion Ecce Homo Convent is located in Jerusalem. It holds significant relics from the Roman Period. Some of the famous relics found in this area are the Struthion Pool called the cistern, the pavement where the “Game of the King” was being held and the famous arch built by Hadrian on 135 […]

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Hurva Synagogue

The Hurva Synagogue is a remarkable synagogue located on the west side of Hurva Square in the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem.  The formation of the Synagogue actually started  in 1700 by Rabbi Judah the Hassid. Unfortunately, it ended upon his death. The rabbi was a member of one of the pioneering groups of Ashkenazi to […]

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Palmach Museum

The Palmach Museum is a pragmatic museum comprising the Palmach heritage basing from the different stories of people. It is situated in Ramat Aviv, Israel. The museum is devoted to the Palmach, which is the prominent force of the Hagana defense association. It was later on incorporated into the Israel Defense Forces. The Palmach Museum […]

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Immanuel Church

The Immanuel Church is an attractive church found in a small street in a shabby vicinity right in the middle part of Jaffa and Florentine. The church has thick stone granite, stained glass window, tatty tiled-roof, high bell tower and a wooden door. Upon seeing the sight, you might think that you are in a […]

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Negev Camel Ranch

Negev Camel Ranch in Dimona is a family owned ranch where you can take pleasure on a camel-ride tour on the Neghev desert for an hour or up to 2 days. The ranch was put up in 1986 and is situated in the Eastern-Negev, down the northern Incense Route, in the middle of Be’er Sheva […]

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Design Museum Holon

Design Museum Holon is the first national Design Museum located in the newly urbanized city of Holon, which is a few miles south of Tel Aviv. Ron Arad architects designed the museum in the year 2003 of March. The group of architects met the challenge of producing an international standard edifice to highlight, convey and […]

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Carmel Winery in Zichron Yaakov

Carmel Winery is a vineyard and winery that was established in the year 1882 in Israel by Edmond James de Rothschild. The winery extends to a total of 1,400 hectares from the land of Israel to the north of Galilee’s upper area, to the south of Negev. The winery produces chiefly wine, spirits, brandy and […]

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Dreams and Visions Gallery

Dreams and Visions Gallery is found in the Artists Quarter of Tzfat. A Safed artist named Sheva Chaya brings it to life. She is a graduate of Princeton University, and makes use of the famous artwork called the glassblowing displays and her dynamic paintings from watercolor tries to illuminate traditional liturgy and Jewish mystical concepts, […]

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Haifa Port

Haifa Port is the core and biggest seaport in Israel. The port opened in the year 1993 and acted out as chief source towards the growth and development of the city as well as Israel’s northern part. The Haifa Port is a natural deep-water port. Its main functions are serving as a cruise for the […]

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Independence Hall Museum

Independence Hall Museum, Israel

Independence Hall Museum stood firm and steadfast in the historic Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv, Israel. This hall symbolizes the unwavering and unbendable faith and strength of Israel under years of tyranny, persecution and sufferings. In this very hall, in May 14, 1948, Friday at exactly 4 pm, the first Israeli Prime Minister Ben-Gurion declared the […]

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Church of the Multiplication

The Church of the Multiplication also referred to as The Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes is a church situated in ancient Heptapegon called Tabgha, which is found on the Sea of Galilee on the northwest shore. The church is positioned on the area of the 4th-5th century churches, although the Church […]

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Olive Medicine Woman

The “Olive Medicine Woman” also named Orit Lilach Baruch is famous in Israel as a traditional healer and apothecarist. She proposes that traditional natural therapy for your body and spirit is the best way to free yourself from any sickness and body pains as well as maintaining good health and total wellness. For years, Orit […]

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