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The Sarona Market was created in order to serve as the newest culinary heart-beat of Tel-Aviv. It is located at the Sarona compound, a 140 year-old ex-Templer- settlement in the heart of Tel-Aviv. At the time, German Templer-settlers arrived in Tel-Aviv in aspiration of pious-missionary Christian activities. Sarona...

Like Judaism and Islam, Christianity shares a long history with Jerusalem, a city that is considered the holiest in the world. Jerusalem is important to Christians because it was where a very young Jesus impressed the sages at the Jewish Temple. It is also where he spent the last days of his ministry, and where the...

Lunada is an interactive Science museum in the southern city of Beer-Sheva. The museum was established a few years back in order to offer children, mainly up to the age of 12, to be introduced to the wonders of Science. It’s a super-friendly place, where one walks in socks or bear-foot, on special mattresses. The...

The Jerusalem-Mamila neighborhood was established in the 19th century, when it had been built outside of the walls of the Old City; upfront of Jaffa Gate. In year 1972, a company by the name of “Karta” was established in order to rebuild the entire Mamilla region, meaning, the vacation of property-owners and the...

In the past three months, we have asked for your cooperation in enlisting to our forthcoming newsletter edition. Here are the three winners. We’ve received a great amount of compliance and we thank all of you for that. We are happy to be sending the first edition of the newsletter along, soon, by September 15. We had...

Halvah, is one of the most common desserts in the middle east, as in other parts of the world. The dish is based on dense Tchina, in a variety of types: with peanuts, oil, or with coffee beans. Its is considered to be of oriental descent, but no one really knows. Rumour has it that it actually originated from Turkey,...

Once in a cycle of time, a large snowball flies in and reaches our solar system Each time it arrives, around August 10-12, Earth goes through this large cloud of very small space- particles; that usually burn up in our atmosphere and create one of nature’s most spectacular annual events. This is called “The Perseid...

Bat-Shlomo, on route between Tel Aviv and Haifa, on the Mediterranean shores, is a small, time honoring “Moshava” (small old settlement; from the days that Jewish immigrants came to Israel, to settle down in the promised land). It was funded in year 1889, is situated in the crossroads between Fureidis and Yokneam, on...

Tel Aviv annual Gay Parade competes fully with all gay capitals, international wise. Pride Week started on June 8th 2014, with a variety of events throughout the week up until June 14th. The 2014 celebrations included performances by international and local musicians and an event of the 2014 Tolerance Awards...

On Independence day, May 6, 2014 , the state of Israel will turn 66. We all know a things about Israel; its history, about the Bible, places to go, the ethnic dishes, the great beaches….however, we thought that you may be interested in some other facts, pointing out the evolving state and its people. Here we go – o Did...

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