Beitar Illit בֵּיתָר עִלִּית بيتار عيليت

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Givatayim גִּבְעָתַיִם‎

Givatayim which east of Tel Aviv and is part of the metropolitan area known as Gush Dan. In 2015 it ...

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Hod HaSharon הוֹד הַשָּׁרוֹן‎

Hod HaSharon is located in the Central District of Israel 10 kilometres east of the Mediterranean coast, south of Kfar ...

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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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Beit Shemesh  בֵּית שֶׁמֶש‎‎

Beit Shemesh is located in the Jerusalem region at the start of the Judean Hills 30km west of Jerusalem. It ...

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Nesher נֶשֶׁר‎

Location: Haifa District Population of 23,400

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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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Monfort Fort

Monfort Fort is the ruins of a 13th century Crusader fortress in the Upper Galilee in Israel. The fortress is ...

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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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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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