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Israel – The Magic Land at the Holy Land

The Holy Land of Israel is steeped in age old traditions, culture and history, holding many wonders to be explored and enjoyed. This country is blessed with a unique abundance of findings and sites, animals and plants and a wide variety of different landscapes. The land mass of Israel equates to the size of New Jersey in the USA.The geographical location of the Land of Israel and the fact that it has been a land bridge throughout history has given the Land of Israel great importance and interest in the eyes of various rulers throughout history, believers of many religions,…
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Walk It Your Way

Although inspired by global walking tours and their wellness benefits, WalkinnIsrael features merits that are different to any other walking tour in Israel and worldwide. When planning your trip to the Holy Land you may choose to do it the traditional way i.e. guided treks and tours, which we happily lead. However, if you would like to experience something different altogether, an experience that will engage and connect you, your family and friends to themselves, the land and its history while experiencing first-hand what Israel is really about; we warmly recommend you choose the only self-guided, app-assisted tours in the…
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Terror Warnings Making Tourists Avoid Mideast

Jamie Dettmer, VOA NewsSince an Islamic extremist gunned down holiday-makers in June in Tunisia, Western governments have been issuing warnings urging their nationals to exercise heightened caution when traveling to North Africa and the Middle East or better still, to stay away altogether.From Tunisia in the west to Turkey in the east, tourism is having an awful year with European and American visitors heeding the terror warnings. Last month the State Department upheld a global travel warning for Americans because of “the continuing threat of terrorist actions and violence against U.S. citizens and interests throughout the world.”The British and Danish…
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Celebrating Easter in the Holy Land

On Easter and the preceding Holy Week, Jerusalem fills with pilgrims from all over the world. Thousands of Christians are expected to celebrate Holy Week and Easter in April 2015 and visit the very places described in the New Testament. There is nothing like experiencing Holy Week in Jerusalem. Celebrating the greatest events of salvation history and of Jesus' life at the very sites where they occurred is a moving and unforgettable experience of faith for all believers.On Easter and the preceding Holy Week, Jerusalem fills with pilgrims from all over the world. For Orthodox and Catholic Christians, celebrations focus…
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Jewish Museums around the Globe

Country City Museum Phone Argentina Buenos Aires Museo Historico Comunal y de la Colonizacion Judia 54.3409.420665 Australia Darlinghurst Sydney Jewish Museum 61.2.9360.7999 Australia Victoria Jewish Museum of Australia 61.3.9534.0083 Austria Eisenstadt Austrian Jewish Museum 43.26.826.5145 Austria Hohenems Judisches Museum Hohenems 43.55.767.3989 Austria Vienna Jewish Museum Vienna - Judisches Museum der Stadt Wien 43.1.535.0431 Belarus Vitebsk Marc Chagall Museum 375.212.372737 Belgium Brussels Jewish Museum of Belgium 32.2.512.1963 Canada New Brunswick Saint John Jewish Museum 1.506.633.1833 Canada Toronto Jewish Canadian Military Museum 1.905.640.0500 Canada Vancouver, BC Jewish Museum and Archives of British Columbia 1.604.257.5199 Canada Winnipeg Jewish Heritage Centre of Western Canada…
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Sea of Galilee: Perfect place for a Christian pilgrimage

Jesus of Nazareth grew up in the verdant area near the Sea of Galilee. Modern visitors can see the places where his ministry flourished. By Avigayil Kadesh"And Jesus went about all Galilee teaching in their synagogues, and preaching the gospel of the kingdom, and healing all manner of sickness and all manner of disease among the people" Matthew 4:23.The Sea of Galilee, known as Lake Kinneret to Israelis, lies on the ancient Via Maris that linked Egypt with the northern empires. Its strategic location and excellent fishing made the lake’s vicinity a popular place for Greek, Hasmonean and Roman settlement.…
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World’s first King Herod exhibition

The Herod the Great exhibition at Israel Museum opens to the public today amid significant international media interest The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, premieres the world’s first exhibition on the life and legacy of Herod the Great, one of the most influential – and controversial – figures in ancient Roman and Jewish history. On view from February 13, 2013, through October 5, 2013, the landmark exhibition Herod the Great: The King's Final Journey will present approximately 250 archaeological finds from the king’s recently discovered tomb at Herodium, as well as from Jericho and other related sites, to shed new light on…
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Beersheva, capital of the Negev and soon Israel’s ‘Water City’

  Lots of new development is afoot to entice tourists to Beersheva, one of Israel’s oldest and most ethnically diverse cities   By Avigayil KadeshBeersheva has come a long way from the days when the patriarch Abraham dug the well that gave the city its name about 3,700 years ago. Though you can still see Abraham’s Well – or at least the tourist spot that commemorates the biblical story – today there is much more than miles of sand to explore in the unofficial capital of the Negev Desert, located in the heart of Israel about a 90-minute drive from…
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IAA launches Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library

  Hundreds of manuscripts made up of thousands of fragments - discovered from 1947 and until the early 1960's in the Judean Desert along the western shore of the Dead Sea - are now available to the public online On the occasion of the 65th anniversary of the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Israel Antiquities Authority and Google are pleased to launch today the Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library website/ The public is invited to experience, view, examine, and explore this collection of over 5000 images of Dead Sea Scrolls, in a quality never seen before.…
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