The Zichron Moshe Synagogue is situated at the entrance to Mazkeret Moshe neighborhood on Carmel street.
The original building was a two-room apartment and a courtyard. It was then sold and turned the building into a pub. One day a butcher named Yitzhak Armoza entered the tavern and put 10 coins on the table, and requested that the tavern was replace by a synagogue.
The Museum on the Seam is a socio-political contemporary art museum located in Jerusalem. The Museum is housed in a building that was built in 1932 by the Barmki family. Following the war of 1948 until the Six Day War of 1967, the building served as an army outpost on the border between Israel and Jordan.
Magical city of of history, religion and timeless dreams. Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and one of the most famous and fascinating cities in the world. Thousands of years of glorious history intertwine with modern day life.
The wildlife of Israel is extremely diverse due to the country’s location between the temperate and the tropical zones, bordering the Mediterranean Sea in the west and the desert in the east. There are around 200 nature reserves in Israel.
Susita is an archaeological site in Israel, located on a hill overlooking the Sea of Galilee. Susita also known as Hippos is on a flat-topped foothill 2 kilometres east of and 350 metres above the Sea of Galilee, 144 metres above sea level, near Ein Gev Kibbutz.
The En Afek Nature Reserve is a preserve of swampland and waterway sources the majority of which have been lost in Israel. Around the swamp is a boardwalk pathway over a swamp surrounded by rich riverbank vegetation and colorful water birds.
Zippori also known as Sepphoris is an archaeological site located in the central Galilee region of Israel, 6 kilometres (3.7 miles) north-northwest of Nazareth near Moshav Zippori. It is 286 metres above sea level and overlooks the Beit Netofa Valley. Artifacts include Hellenistic, Jewish, Roman, Byzantine, Islamic, Crusader, Arabic and Ottoman influences.