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The second largest city in Israel, Tel Aviv is known as the “New York of Israel” for its standing as the commercial and financial center of the country. However, it can also be said that Tel Aviv shares New York’s moniker as “the city that never s...

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If you took a poll of the more than 4 million tourists who visited Israel last year, many would likely admit they were there for the stellar cuisine—as well as the biblical and historic sites. Influenced by its proximity to the Mediterranean Sea, and bl...

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On January 27, 2019, International Holocaust Remembrance Day, people around the world will honor the memory of those who perished in the Holocaust as a result of the actions carried out by Nazi Germany and those who were an accessory to those atrocities. ...

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If you’re an adventurer at heart, or you’re looking for something a bit off the grid in Israel, consider booking an unforgettable experience with the Bedouin experiences. Famous for their extraordinary hospitality, the proud and dignified Bedouin come...

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It’s a town known the world over, immortalized in Christmas carols, depicted in art, and dramatized on television programs and films. And while Bethlehem is celebrated by Christians as the birthplace of Jesus, many people don’t know much about the cit...

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Its name may take on an ominous tone, but the Dead Sea is anything but dead. Deriving its title from its inability to sustain most forms of marine life, it is a place of tranquil beauty, and perhaps a bit of mystery. Travelers have utilized its gentle wat...

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