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The Bible is Wild: Tisch Family Zoological Gardens
Commonly known as the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo, the Tisch Family Zoological Gardens is overflowing with wildlife featured throughout the Hebrew Bible. Located in the Malha neighborhood of Jerusalem, the gardens sit on 62 acres of beautiful land. Home to 271 different species of wildlife, it is no surprise that the Zoo is one of the...
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Delve Into The Biblical Past: Visit The Israel Museum
Situated on a hill in the Givat Ram neighborhood of Jerusalem, the Israel Museum is home to biblical artifacts, such as a nail attesting to crucifixion during Jesus’ time, as well as the Dead Sea Scrolls housed within the Shrine of the Book. Founded in 1965 as Israel’s national museum, the Israel Museum truly boasts...
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Located in the Christian Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher is, to many, the holiest site in all of Christianity. Known also as the Church of the Resurrection, it is the traditional home to both the hill of crucifixion and tomb of Christ’s burial. The church has been...
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The “Gate of Eden”: Beit She’an
Beit She’an has a rich history dating to the ancient Egyptian rule over Canaan, as well as to the biblical story of King Saul’s death. Numerous cultures have made Beit She’an home due to its strategically significant location at the junction of the Jordan and Jezreel Valleys. It’s no surprise that this beautiful piece of...
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The Sea of Galilee
Renown by over a handful of other names, such as Lake Kinneret, Lake of Gennesaret, and the Sea of Tiberias, the Sea of Galilee has had a colorful history dating back over 20,000 years. Sitting on the ancient Via Maris (trade route) that connected Egypt with the northern empires of the past, this stunning freshwater...
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Athletic Activities To Do In Israel
With the winter months slowly coming to an end and spring right around the corner, athletes and amateur sports fans are prepared to start stretching their muscles. With fantastic climates and gorgeous scenery throughout the country, individuals will find the perfect location to perfect their practice. Here are some of our favorite activities to do!...
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Meaning “lots” in ancient Persian, Purim is celebrated to commemorate the Jewish liberation from Haman, who was prime minister to the King Ahasuerus, ruler of the Persian Empire. Haman planned to kill the Jewish minority in the empire after casting lots to see which day his devious plot would take place. Celebrated annually on the...
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Wonders Of Israel: The Ancient City of Akko
Renown by many other names, such as Acre and Ptolemais, the city of Akko stands today as one of the oldest surviving cities in the world, dating back roughly 4,000 years. Between the bridging land routes and natural harbor, this city has played a significant role within the history of the Holy Land. A Brief...
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A surprising discovery by archaeologists has unearthed what is being dubbed as the 12th cave in which Dead Sea Scrolls from the Second Temple period were hidden. The find, representing a milestone in Dead Sea Scroll research, was made by Dr. Oren Gutfeld and Ahiad Ovadia from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Institute of Archaeology, with...
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As the Land of the Bible, most early Israeli was centered around religious themes, specifically Jewish and Christian perspectives. Many early settlements worked at gold smithing, silver smithing, and embroidery. Having evolved drastically over the last two centuries, today’s art is widely influenced by contemporary trends, as well as the international art community. Located throughout...
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