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Terra Sancta Museum

New Archaeology Wing Jerusalem’s Terra Sancta Museum opened the doors of its brand new archaeology wing to the public on 27 June, hosting a new exhibition showcasing more than 300 ...

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Ashkelon Outdoor Museum *

The Ashkelon Outdoor Museum Years ago, the City of Ashkelon created the Ashkelon Outdoor Museum to house some impressive sarcophagi (the plural for sarcophagus) from the Roman period discovered here on ...

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Tower of David – Migdal David

Phasael Tower One would expect that the partially preserved massive Citadel of Jerusalem, now called the Phasael Tower, would be the popular choice as the object to represent The Tower of David and Jerusalem. ...

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The Yigal Alon Museum

Beit Yigal Alon Museum The Beit Yigal Alon Museum is located on the grounds of Kibbutz Ginnosar, by the Sea of the Galilee. The Museum is named after Yigal Alon ...

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The Inn of the Good Samaritan

Museum of the Good Samaritan The Museum of the Good Samaritan, one of the world’s largest archaeological mosaic museums, features an open-air display of mosaics and archaeological findings from both Jewish ...

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Migdal Shalom Tower Tel Aviv

Migdal Shalom Tower Migdal Shalom was Israel’s first 33 story skyscraper,completed in 1965. The tower stands on the site of the Herzliya Hebrew High School. Despite the school’s architectural and historical ...

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Chagall Windows

By Marc Chagall (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 ( or GFDL (], via Wikimedia Commons

Marc Chagall Marc Chagall, born in Byelorussia to a poor Hassidic family went to St. Petersburg in 1907 to study art. From 1910 to 1914, Chagall lived in Paris and later from ...

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