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Salt and Water

The dead sea is going to die!  In a one day tour to the lowest place on earth we will check the link between the salt and the fact that the sea is in danger.  Is it reversible?  What happened

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On memory and forgetfulness in the streets of Jaffa

“Jaffa, belle of the seas, ancient city,” wrote Nobel Prize winning writer Shmuel Yosef Agnon, “changes with the nature of her inhabitants.”  And Jaffa has certainly had some dramatic changes over the past 150 years.  Which Jaffa do we remember? 

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To Lachish and Azeka

Lachish is one of the most interesting sites in Israel.  A long documented history, a colorful excavation team and one earthenware which tells of especially dramatic days.  We will take a journey following the Lachish earthenware to the last days

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To Herodium – King Herod’s Fort

  At the end of the desert there is an amazing place – This place, Herodium, would be the best spot we could choose in order to read the book Antiquities of the Jews. Is it a man made hill?

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My week

  • 20.11.2017
מנזר האחיות ציון בעין כרם. ירושלים. 
Notre dame De Sion monastery in Ein Karem. Jerusalem.
  • 19.11.2017
The train line park. Jerusalem. 
פארק המסילה. ירושלים.
  • 18.11.2017
Jewish and Arab kids at the annual meeting of the Hand in hand schoolls. Mount Carmel. 
ילדים יהודים וערבים במפגש השנתי של קהילות יד ביד. פארק הכרמל. 
#handinhandschools
#ידביד
  • 17.11.2017
The grotto at Rosh Haniqrah.
ראש הניקרה.
  • 16.11.2017
חג הסיגד בטיילת ארמון הנציב.  ירושלים. 
The Jewish Ethiopian festival of the Sigd. Hass promana.Jerusalem
  • 15.11.2017
יאללה הפועל ירושלים!
Yalla Hapoel Jerusalem!
  • 14.11.2017
המפל הגדול. עין גדי. 
The waterfall in Ein Gedi National park.

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