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El Carmel

The unique project of “El Carmel” was created 10 years ago by “Nations & Flavors” in the village of Usafia in the Carmel. It enables for the first time to ...

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Hai Bar Carmel

Persian fallow deer, wild sheep, gazelles, oryx, wild asses, and vultures – all mentioned in the Bible and all endangered species – are nurtured at the Israel Nature and Parks ...

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Hecht Museum

Hecht Museum at Haifa U.

Holocaust Day in Israel is a fitting day to post a blog about Reuben Hecht and the Hecht Museum.  Dr. Hecht immigrated to Palestine, and in 1939 ‘Etzel’ (the Revisionist Movement) ...

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Baha’i Tourism in Israel

The Baha’i religion, whose holy places are in Israel, began in Persia in the mid-19th century, when its founder Mirza Husayn Ali, began to teach its basic tenets: the unity ...

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MadaTech

The Israel National Museum of Science Technology and Space I just returned from a family visit to the MadaTech Museum in Haifa. Both the adults and children found the museum ...

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Cavemen on Mount Carmel

Nahal Me’arot Nature Reserve – Prehistoric Humans Site Me’arot Ha Adam Ha Kadmon: This lovely national park is on the southern bank of Me‘arot Stream, on the western slopes of Mount ...

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