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The Road to a Newborn State

Once upon a time, when Jerusalem was tiny still, there was a neighborhood in it who wanted to found a state. It had a gymnasium, institutions and offices and the residents thought: This is where we build the Jewish state.

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Houses from Within in Jerusalem

At least once a year a fascinating event takes place in Jerusalem. During the festival of Houses from within many private people and various institutions open the gates of their homes and buildings and let every curious visitor inside free

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Three Lea’s – Three Love Stories in Jerusalem

When we hear the name Jerusalem it reminds us of history, holiness and mysticism, however Jerusalem is also a city of passion. For thousands of years it was a dwelling place for people made of flesh and blood who lusted,

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My week

  • 21.10.2017
The Dead sea.
ים המלח
  • 20.10.2017
Sunset in Ra'anana.
שקיעה ברעננה.
  • 19.10.2017
Playing the Dulcimer in Jerusalem.
מנגנים על דולצימר בירושלים. 
#dulcimer
  • 18.10.2017
The monastery of the sisters of Zion. Ein Karem. Jerusalem.
מנזר האחיות ציון בעין כרם. ירושלים.
  • 17.10.2017
The fourth station of the Via Dolorosa. Jerusalem.
התחנה הרביעית של דרך היסורים. ירושלים.
  • 16.10.2017
The view from the top of the mount of olives. Jerusalem.
הנוף מפסגת הר הזיתים. ירושלים.
  • 15.10.2017
The Baha'i gardens. Haifa.
הגנים הבאהים. חיפה.

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