Tips of the Top in Israel

Numerous caves have been found on the western slopes of Mount Carmel, near the city of Haifa. Preliminary finding had already occurred in the 1920-30. The digs generally consist of ancient tools, animal bones and human burials. In addition, fourteen skeletons were uncovered, including three complete ones. All were...

The Scroll of Fire is a monument is a huge memorial monument, set in the “Forest of the Martyrs” near Jerusalem. The monument had been created by sculpture and artist Nathan Rapoport, who is also a Holocaust survivor. The monument, inaugurated in 1971, was sponsored by the US “Beni-Brith” organization in desire to...

According to Christian tradition , John the Baptist was born in the small village of Ein Karem, outside Jerusalem, in approximately the same time period of Jesus’ birth. John the Baptist was born to elderly parents: Zachary and Elisheva. Since the Romans decided to kill all male newborns in the Judea Jewish tribe,...

Ein Karem is a unique, ancient and preserved neighborhood of Jerusalem. The area is of vintage-flavors. It is also an important Christina site, at which Mary had visited while pregnant with Jesus and mainly- where John the Baptist was born. The House on Maayan Street is an artists’ home, at which a variety of artistic...

Deep down, some 10 meters beneath the Sarona compound in mid Tel Aviv, lie a large network of tunnels. The tunes date back some 140 years, to the time period of the Templer settlement in Tel Aviv. Upon their establishment in Tel Aviv, the German settlers/Christian believers- the Templers, had built  flourishing...

The bike Museum is based in a communal settlement by the name of “Herev Le’et”, meaning a sword to be turned into a shuffle, in Hebrew. This settlement is located on route between Tel Aviv and Haifa, nearby the city of Hadera, reachable via route number 4. One of the inhabitants, Alon Wolf, established some four years...

One of the historic sites in Jerusalem is the old train station. These days it is called “The First Station“, as it has been shifted to a historic landmark combining bustling shops, restaurants and touristic commotion. It is located at the crossroads of the old city and its newly built neighborhoods. It is also...

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...

Tel Aviv is the synonym for an international city in the midst of the Middle East; a 24/7 scene of hustle and bustle. Tel Aviv is the second largest city in Israel, next to only Jerusalem- the country’s Capital. Tel Aviv combines Hi tech, industry, commerce and culture together with a renowned nightlife scenery. The...

Tel-Aviv is the 2nd largest city in the state of Israel. It is often referred to “the city that never sleeps” as it contains a variety of sightseeing; many restaurants and a wide range of nightlife. its Skyscrapers are well-known, too. The city that had been established in 1909, lies on the Mediterranean coast and...

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