Nahalat Benyamin street

The Nahalat Benyamin Street Nahalat Benyamin Street has been well-known for years for its many textile shops, quite a few of which are still operating today. In the
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Beit She’an National Park

Beit She’an National Park ​The ancient city of Beit She’an was located along the coastal road (Via Maris) that connected between Mesopotamia and Egypt, in an area rich
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Jerusalem old city

We begin our trip touring the ancient city walls which is near the Tower Of David Museum. Over the wall we’ll be overlooking the view of the new
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Hacarmel Market

Hacarmel market travel guide The Carmel Market in Tel Aviv is the city's main market and the largest and best known in Tel aviv region and is named
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The Dead Sea

The Dead Sea travel guide The Dead Sea is a salt lake bordered  by Jordan to the east and Israel to the west. Its surface and shores are 429 metres
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The Holy Sepulcher

The Holy Sepulcher The Church of the Holy Sepulchre, also called the Church of the Resurrection. The site is venerated as Golgotha (the Hill of Calvary), where Jesus was
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The Western Wall

The Western Wall The Western Wall, Wailing Wall or HaKotel in Hebrew is the mostsacred place for the Jewish people outside the Temple Mount itself. The Western wall
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The Land of Israel Museum

The Land of Israel Museum The Museum of the Land of Israel is dedicated to the history and culture of the land, through its permanent and temporary exhibitions,
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Tel Aviv Beaches

Tel Aviv Beaches A visit to Tel Aviv is not complete until you have checked out one of its fabulous beaches, which stretch out along the city’s boardwalk,
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