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Museum of Israeli Art

The Museum of Israeli started operating in 1987 and is one of the most remarkable art museums in Israel devoted to Israeli art. In 1998 the museum modified its guidelines and now dedicates 30% of its program to work by non-Israeli artists. The museum features 24 annual exhibits showcasing painting, sculptures, videos, 2D and 3D […]

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Ramat Gan Stadium

Ramat Gan Stadium is the national football stadium in Arad City, Israel. The entire stadium is located in an 8,892 acre lot and it has a 41,583 capacity and serves as Israel’s largest stadium. Six extravagant changing rooms, press conferences hall, communications rooms, medical examination and drug checking, banquet and convention hall and guest rooms […]

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The Ramon Airbase

The Ramon Airbase is an Israeli Air Force base, which is located southwest of Beersheba, near the town of Mizpe Ramon. The Ramon Airbase is also referred to as the “Kanaf 25.” In the past, it was recognized by the name “Matred”. The vast part of the surface of the airbase is committed to the […]

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Bio Ramon Museum

Bio Ramon Museum displays the wildlife of the desert and the crater. Precious collection of desert animals and plants presented is divided into two areas, an indoor interpretation center and an outdoor place recreating the Negev desert scenery, with sand, cliffs, riverbeds, small spring and more. Discover the exceptional tricks and means that made them […]

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Ramon Crater

Ramon Crater is the biggest among the three Negev craters. Its geological formation is beyond comparison in any parts of the world. The size of the Ramon Crater is 40 kilometers in length and between 2 to 10 kilometers in width. Its shape is comparable to an elongated heart. Ramon Crater’s captivating story of its […]

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Jeep Trekking

Jeep Trekking nowadays in Mizpe Ramon, Israel is absolutely a great adventure and loads of fun. Lots of wonderful spots and magnificent views could be seen and visited. Mizpe Ramon started out as a camp for workers who constructed the road going to Eilat in the year 1951. In the beginning, the place remains small […]

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Railway Museum

Railway Museum in Haifa

Railway Museum in Haifa, Israel is situated in the old Haifa- East Railway Station on Hativat Golani Road near the Kikka Feisal in Haifa, perfectly on and around the beautiful Mount Carmel. It is a museum that study the history of all aspects of rail related transportation, like railway cars, railway vehicle( steam, diesel, and electric […]

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Bat Galim Beach

Gat Balim Beach in Haifa

Bat Galim Beach in Haifa, Israel also known as the Rosh Carmel Beach is perfectly located in Haifa Bay area, in the Northern part of Bat Galim neighborhood near the Naval Base along Pinchas Margolin Street near at the foot of the cable car, where the wind surfing pier is situated. It is one of […]

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Sail Tower

Sail Tower

Sail Tower in Haifa, Israel is one of the tallest, continuously habitable building situated in Palyam Street in the city of Haifa. It is named after Yitzhak Rabin, a general and Israeli politician, the fifth prime minister of Israel until his assassination last November 4, 1995. A skyscraper and officially the District Government Center Building B as […]

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Elijah’s Cave

Elijah's Cave

Elijah’s Cave in Haifa, Israel is located at the base of Cape Carmel in Haifa, just beneath the Stella Maris Carmelite Monastery and Lighthouse, it’s stairways to the cave is at the Allenby Street in lower Haifa. An religious shrine important to many Jews, Christians, Muslims, and Druze, all of whom venerate the prophet Elijah, […]

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Crusaders’ Castle of Atlit

Crusaders' Castle of Atlit

Crusaders’ Castle of Atlit in Haifa, Israel is a huge crusaders fortress located south of Haifa on a peninsula projecting the shore of the Mediterranean Sea. It is a large site that leads the scenery of the southern shore of Haifa at 400 m X 500 m. It is considered as the last Crusader outpost […]

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The Albert Promenade

The Albert Promenade in Mizpe Ramon is a three-kilometer path ornamented with remarkable environmental sculptures. The trail starts from the Visitors Center and goes all along the Ramon Crater’s Rim. Right at the very heart of the promenade, you could find a bird balcony that suspends over the crater. It provides an excellent view surrounding […]

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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

haifa university

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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Top 50 things to do in Israel

1.) Western Wailing Wall Western Wailing Wall is situated at the foot of the western side of the temple of mount in the old city of Jerusalem. Considered as the most holiest place for Jews wherein thousands of Jewish worshiper believes that the presence of God’s spirit is always in the holy temple for thousands of years. 2.) Old City of Jerusalem […]

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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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