Beitar Illit בֵּיתָר עִלִּית بيتار عيليت

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Lod  לוֹד‎

Lod is a multicultural mainly Jewish-Arab city 15 km southeast of Tel Aviv in the Central District of Israel. In 2015 ...

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Eilat - אֵילַת

Eilat is one of the most unique cities in the state of Israel. The warm and dry desert climate and ...

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El’ad אלעד‎

El'ad is in the Center District of Israel 25 kilometres east of Tel Aviv on Route 444 between Rosh HaAyin ...

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Kiryat Malakhi קִרְיַת מַלְאָכִי

Location: Southern District 17 kilometres from Ashkelon Population: 21,600

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Holon חוֹלוֹן‎

Holon is on the southeastern border of Tel Aviv. Bat Yam is to its west, Rishon Lezion to its south and ...

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Beitar Illit is a city in Gush Etzion, 10 kilometres south of Jerusalem in the Judaean Mountains. Beitar Illit is one of Israel’s largest and most rapidly growing settlements and in 2015 had a population of 49,400. It is named after the ancient Jewish city of Betar, whose ruins lie 1 kilometre away.

Beitar Illit was established in 1984. The city has expanded to three adjacent hills.The city is now home to many Hasidic groups, including Bobov, Boston, Boyan, Breslov, Karlin-Stolin and Slonim.

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Jerusalem

Magical city of of history, religion and timeless dreams. Jerusalem is the capital of Israel and one of the most famous and ...

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Safed צְפַת

Safed is 900 metres above sea level and is the highest city in Israel located in the North and has ...

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Geography

Israel is in the Middle East, located at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea. It is a relatively small ...

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