Rosh HaAyin, ‘Fountainhead’ is a city in the Central District of Israel. To the west of Rosh HaAyin is the fortress of Antipatris and the source of the Yarkon River. To the southeast is the fortress of Migdal Afek. The population in 2015 was 42,900.
Modi'in Illit is a new city located between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv with a population of 64,200.
Beersheba is a desert city in the Negev in southern Israel. It has a rich ancient history. Modern Beersheva was ...
Location: Galilee, Northern District.Population: 21,300