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Palace of King David

Area G – City of David, Jerusalem – Palace of King David Area G is the name that archaeologists gave to what they called Royal Quarter of King David’s Capital ...

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Rosh Pina

Tour in Old Rosh Pina Beit Hapekidut – The House of the Clerks The clerks sent by Baron Rothschild to run Rosh Pina needed elegant living quarters, offices and even a ...

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Ancient Shivta, Negev Desert Shivta, in Israel’s Negev Desert is a Nabatean-Roman-Byzantine city, founded around 1 century BCE, that forms part of the series of UNESCO Heritage Site Desert Cities (Shivta, ...

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Tel Azekah – New Digs

Tel Azekah Tel Azekah (Tell Zakariya) is located in the heart of the Judean Lowland (347 meters above sea level), Tel Azekah once controlled a strategic junction of roads from the Mediterranean ...

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Qumran – More Questions than Answers

Adapted from a photograph by Richard Cleave of ROHR Productions Ltd.

My visit to Qumran Visiting the 2,000 year-old ruins of Qumran, overlooking the Dead Sea on the edge of the Judean Wilderness, you gain a deeper appreciation of the Dead Sea Scrolls, which contain ...

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Rothschild Boulevard Tel Aviv

  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 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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Palmach Cave

This heritage site is the place where the Palmach was founded – right here in the Palmach Cave in Kibbutz Mishmar Haemek. Imagine that!! Yitzhak Sadeh chose this cave hidden on Mount ...

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