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Daliat el-Carmel is a Druze village, set on the slopes of the Carmel Mountain, in the north of Israel, near the city of Haifa. It’s a bright fully colorful with unique hospitality to passers by as well as to tourists. The village had been founded in the 17th century by Druze from Mt. Lebanon. The village offers a...

David Ben Gurion was the 1st prime minster of the state of Israel. He started his role in 1948 together along with the declaration of Independence of Israel. He was born in Poland but decided to come and live in Israel in 1906, at the age of twenty, believing that this was the land of the Jewish people and wanting to...

Tel-Hay is a northern village ,situated in the upper Galilee,. It is a historic site at which a battle took place on March 1, 1920. It was a most Significant event, as it had an immense impact on the Zionist movement in the land of Israel. Arabs attacked the Jewish settlement and had killed nearly all settlers. Until...

In the northern village of Tel-Hay, in the upper Galilee, a battle took place on March 1, 1920. It was a most Significant event, as it had an immense impact on the Zionist movement in the land of Israel. The museum commemorates this important event in the Jewish struggle for its land. The event had taken place on...

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...

One of two highly important churches in Ein-Kerem is John the Baptist’s church. The church was built in the 19th century on the ruins of an ancient Byzantine and formerly- Crusader churches.It is located in the vicinity of Jerusalem. It is named after John the Baptist; St. John, in commemoration of the locally born...

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,...

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...

Modern Jaffa is part of the city of Tel-Aviv. Old Jaffa used to be an ancient port/harbor, connected to Biblical times as well as to the Prophet Jonah. The city had known many conquerors, Medieval, Ottoman, Modern, Christian, Muslim or Jewish. Relics have endured throughout time in its stones, buildings and...

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