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HaYarkon Park – Yarkon Park *

Yarkon River
Photo: Deror avi

HaYarkon Park – Yarkon Park HaYarkon Park – Yarkon Park is just a few minutes drive from downtown Tel Aviv, stretching along the Yarkon River. HaYarkon Park is the green lung ...

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Tel Aviv-Yafo Beaches

The City of Tel Aviv-Yafo Beaches boast 14 kilometers of the best beaches in the world with wide stretches of clean sand and stunning views of the sea and surfers. All ...

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Things to do in Israel

Rosh Ha Nikra

Top Attractions Travel Guide When you plan traveling to Israel visiting religious sites in Jerusalem or basing yourself in Tel Aviv may initially come to mind. However, when exploring Israel it ...

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Rothschild Boulevard Tel Aviv

Meir Dizengoff on Rothschild Boulevard

  Rothschild Boulevard Rothschild Boulevard, one of the most important and iconic streets in Tel Aviv, is located in the heart of the White City of Tel Aviv. As one of the ...

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Migdal Shalom Tower Tel Aviv

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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Israel: Seeing is Believing!

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Many artists have attempted to describe the “Israel Experience” in one short video. We see lovely stills and movie shots, archaeology, history, geology, markets, religions and bikinis all calling out, ...

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Sarona

Credit: Simulation

Sarona – a Templer Village When founded in August 1871 by a group of pious Christians who came from southern Germany German called Templers, Sarona (named after the Plains of Sharon) ...

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Outside the Walls of Old Jaffa

Typical Neve Tzedek home

Raziel St. The two parts of the street between Jerusalem Boulevard, Jaffa and the Jaffa Clock Tower were named Boutrus St. and Howard St. after two prominent Arab Jaffa families.  A ...

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Ness Ziona

Dr. Avishai Teicher via the PikiWiki - Israel free image collection project

  Wadi Chanin In 1882 Reuven Lehrer met a German Templer named Gustav Reisler, who had come from Germany to Odessa. Reisler told Lehrer about the land he owned in Wadi Chanin ...

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First View of Jaffa

Mosque & Clock Tower

The best way to make friends with Jaffa is to begin by foot from the Clock Tower Square. Here you meet the New Saraya and the Greek Orthodox Market, continue ...

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