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Tanur Chimney Waterfall

The Tanur Chimney Waterfall is one of most wonderful and stunning waterfalls in Metula, Israel. Metula can be found at the border of Israel and Lebanon where spectacular hillsides that are encircled by fields and orchards could be seen. You would appreciate the beauty of nature more when you see this sight. The Tanur Waterfalls […]

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Museum of the Jewish Diaspora

The Museum of the Jewish Diaspora is believed to be one of the largest museums in the whole world containing a bountiful of information about the history of the Jews over the last 2,500 years. The Museum is situated on the campus of Tel Aviv’s University. The Museum has a lot to offer to the […]

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Nimrod Fortress

nimrod fortress

Nimrod Fortress in Kiryat Shmona, Israel also known as the “Castle of the Large Cliff” is one of the most extraordinary and one of the largest fortress in Israel. Situated inside a National park in the northern of Golan heights, on a cliff high above the ancient city of Banias with the view from the […]

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Baha’i Gardens and Golden Dome

Baha'i Gardens and Golden Dome

Baha’i Gardens and Golden Dome in Haifa, Israel is one of the famous tourist spot in Haifa. Perfectly set in Zionut Avenue below Yefa Nof Street. The one that dominates Haifa is the golden dome of Baha’i Shrine. It is the  place where Bahai Faith members put up their shrine and world center because of […]

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Old Tel Aviv Port Area

Old Tel Aviv Port Area

Old Tel Aviv Port Area in Tel Aviv, Israel is the first port of Israel established during the time of the British mandate over Palestine in 1936. In 1960′s, the Tel Aviv port shutdown as an active sea port. In 1980′s it became a nightlife and water sports center, its luxuriant area filled with restaurants […]

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The Ancient Bath House in Nazareth

ancient Bath House

Ancient Bath House in Nazareth, Israel is an historical treasure discovered in 1990′s by a couple named Elias Shama and his Belgian wife Martina when they were having a renovation at their art and souvenir shop “Cactus” just beside the Greek Orthodox Church of St. Gabriel, next to Mary’s Well Square  in the heart of […]

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Nachalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall

Nachalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall

Nachalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall in Tel Aviv, Israel is situated in the Yemenite Quarter, in central Southern Tel Aviv, one of the city’s first neighborhoods in the center of Carmel market and Alenby Street. Nachalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall is a natural and highly colored open air bazaar of special handicrafts, pantomime performing magic shows, street […]

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Safari Park

Safari Park

Safari park in Ramat Gan, Israel or formally known as the Zoological Center of Tel Aviv-Ramat Gan, is a stimulating and uplifting way to experience and see some of the animals of our world. The animal park opened it’s doors to the general public in 1974 as an African animal park. Seven years after, in 1981, a zoo […]

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Rishon Le Zion Museum

The Rishon Le Zion Museum in Israel is a place where you could find a rare collection of documents, maps and pictures of the city, Rishon Le Zion back from the days it was identified as a colony. The historical items inside the museum make it one of the most interesting museum attractions in Israel. […]

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The Railway Tunnel in Kefar Rosh Hanikra

The Railway Tunnel in Kefar Rosh Haniqra was built to function as a pathway on a main route from Acre to Tyre for a group of traders and armies between Lebanon, Syria and the northern public, and Israel Egypt, Africa and the southern public. The site was called “The Ladders of Tyre” since the road […]

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Timna National Park

Timna National Park is one of the best landmarks and tourist destinations in Israel, situated 25 km. North of Eilat. The park covers some 60 km square of picturesque and breathtaking sight of endless sea of sand and multicolored desert views of landscapes and rock formations. This scenic valley entails primeval mining shafts and remains of copper melting […]

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Coral Beach Nature Reserve

Coral Beach Nature Reserve in Eilat, Israel is a haven for one of the most heavily populated coral reefs in the world and the only one in Israel. It is an excellent billet for underwater enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. Experience the utopia and go on an adventure in a parallel and unfamiliar reality of life under the […]

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Shulamit’s Eilat Diving Adventures

Shulamit’s Eilat Diving adventures is located in Eilat, Israel. Divers swarm to Eilat because of the Red Sea’s rich underwater life. A collection and assemble of marine life made up of a complex and delicate life of floras and faunas that create colorful silhouettes of underwater oasis cruised by an array of wildly-hued marine life, teeming with colorful, exotic fish […]

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Ein Gedi Resort and Spa

Ein Gedi resort and spa overlooks and gives a commanding view of the magnificent waters of the Dead sea and the spectacular wildlife sanctuary. Ein Gedi is an oasis in Israel, located west of the Dead Sea, near Masada and the caves of Qumran at the lowest and saltiest sea on earth. Dear flora has apportioned […]

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Bahai Shrine

Bahai Shrine is found at the center of Haifa City. It is said to be the second holiest shrine of the Baha’i Faith. Before reaching the Shrine, you will first pass through their Immaculate Bahai Gardens, which was perfected in 2001. The Bahai Shrine and Gardens serves as a serene monument to the first leaders […]

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Rishon Le Zion Winery

Carmel Winery is an ancient vineyard and winery in Israel with a total of 1,400 hectares from the Land of Israel to the north of the upper part of Galilee, to the south of Negev.  Edmond James de Rothschild established it in the year 1882.  The winery produces primarily wine, grape juice, spirits and brandy.  […]

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Underwater observatory Marine Park

Underwater observatory marine Park, Israel

Underwater observatory marine Park is situated in Eilat, Israel. Discover the reverie and take the rare opportunity to embark on a journey in one of our most exquisite and beautiful seas in the world. An amazing subsurface reality of  the Red Sea in the Underwater observatory Marine Park’s natural undersea adventure. It is considered as one of […]

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Bograshov Beach

Bograshov Beach, Israel

Bograshov Beach hails in the streets of Bograshov in Tel Aviv, Israel. Situated in the center of some of the best tourist attractions and hotels, the finest that Tel Aviv in Israel has to offer. A stones throw away from tourists destinations like Dizengoff fountain, The Great synagogue, The Museum of Israeli Art, Frank Meisler, Irit and […]

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Tayelet

Tayelet

Tayelet is a promenade walk along the magnificent beach front of Tel Aviv, it gives and provides a pathway between Tel Aviv and Jaffa and Tel Aviv’s sea shore. It extends most of the way down to the main strip of Tel Aviv starting the marina in the north and ends in the Jaffa. It […]

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Church of the Visitation

Church of the Visitation

Church of the Visitation in Ein Kerem, Israel also known as the Church of the Magnificat. It is perfectly situated in the slopes of a rocky hill that can be accessed with a good and charming walk under the shady leaves of the cypresses from the Virgin’s Fountain in the lower village. From the top, a gallant […]

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Akko Old Town

Acre, also referred to as Akko is a stunning Old Town found in Northern Israel near the Mediterranean Sea, on the northern boundary of Haifa Bay.  This town is known for preserving its ancient and historical places, yet it is still active today. Some sites are declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site such as The […]

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The Railway Tunnel in Kefar Rosh Haniqra

The Railway Tunnel in Kefar Rosh Haniqra was built to function as a pathway on a main route from Acre to Tyre for a group of traders and armies between Lebanon, Syria and the northern public, and Israel Egypt, Africa and the southern public. The site was called “The Ladders of Tyre” since the road […]

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White City in Tel Aviv

white city in tel aviv

White City in Tel Aviv is the unique urban and historical constructions of Tel Aviv-Jaffa, a combination of over 4,000 Bauhaus and architectural style of buildings built in Tel Aviv from 1920′s to 1930′s. It is a blend of exceptional significance of the various styles by German Jewish architects who migrated after the eminence of Nazis […]

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Azrieli Center

Azrieli Center

Azrieli Center is a coordination of a tall, continuously habitable building situated on a 34,500 square meter site in the east side of Tel Aviv right the Ayalon road, Israel which is the dumpster-truck parking garage and became a 3 building with a $ 350,000,000 budget project. The Azrieli Center Circular Tower is the most tallest among […]

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The Grottoes at Rosh Hanikra

The Grottoes at Rosh Hanikra is one great example of an extraordinary product of nature’s continuous geological formation.  Sequence of underground shocks caused the splitting of the cracks into the rock layer.  Rainwater went inside the huge fissure. This triggered the melting of the fissures and eventually forming inside tunnels and grottos or sea caves.  […]

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The Via Dolorosa

via-dolorosa

Via Dolorosa is one of the most magnificent and popular holy sites in the city of Jerusalem, a Latin word for Way of Suffering or Way of Grief. It is a street within the Old City of Jerusalem known as the path where Jesus walked carrying his cross from the Lions Gate in the Muslim […]

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Theatre at Caesarea National Park

The Theatre at Caesarea National Park is a semi-circular amphitheater that was constructed 2000 years ago by Herod the Great. The fortifications are built partly for defense and to protect the south end of the city.  They used numerous granite columns originally from Aswan. It has a seating capacity of 3,500-4,000. While seating on the […]

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Church of the Holy Sepulchre

church of the holy sepulchre

Church of the Holy Sepulchre is considered as the Church of the Resurrection to Eastern Orthodox Christians, situated in the Christian quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, nearly 2,000 feet away from Dome of the Rock and Temple Mount. Considered as one of the most holiest place in the Christian world, it is located […]

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The Old Cemetery

The Old Cemetery

The Old Cemetery in Tel Aviv is also known as the Trumpeldor Cemetery situated in Trumpeldor Street, Tel Aviv. The cemetery was founded in 1903 in an open area nortwards Jaffa during  a cholera epidemic hit the city of Jaffa. The casualties of the epidemic were the first people buried in the cemetery, followed by […]

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Nabatean Avdat Acropolis City

The Nabatean Avdat Acropolis City is situated at a flat-topped mountain.  Regardless of frequent earthquakes and damages over a period, the city remained almost intact. The City was constructed in the 4th century BCE for the main purpose of a resting place and a shelter for the merchants who travel along the Spice Route. During […]

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