Kalman Ulansky

October 18, 2020 – 1 Heshvan 5781 moss 0

Kalman Ulansky 1925 – 1972 Kalman Ulansky was born in the city of Trev in Lithuania in 1925. He immigrated to Israel with his family […]

Yitzhak Cohen

October 15, 2020 – 28 Tishri 5781 moss 0

Ben Yitzhak and Leah were members of the the settlers of the Kinneret colony. He was born in 1914 in Yavneel. He was one of […]

Rutenberg Dam

April 6, 2016 – 28 Adar II 5776 moss 0

The waterworks were built in 1930 at the confluence of the Yarmuk and Jordan rivers, were part of a hydroelectric complex. The turbines supplied most of the Jordan Valley’s electricity and contributed significantly to its development. Pan of the dam was conquered by Jordan in the ‘War of Independence and remains in Jordanian hands to this day.

Old Gesher and Naharayim

April 6, 2016 – 28 Adar II 5776 moss 0

In April 1948 the Gesher settlement withstood an attack by the Arab Legion. In May of that year it had also the face an Iraqi attack. Three old bridges are visible at the site, as well as an old British police station, historic railway tracks, and an old Khan (inn) from the Middle Ages. There is an audio visual reconstruction of the old Naharyim power plant complete with water, music.

Beit Alpha

March 28, 2016 – 19 Adar II 5776 moss 0

Beit Alpha is a late fifth-century synagogue situated at the foot of the northern slopes of the Gilboa mountains near Beit She’an, Israel. It is […]

Belvoir

March 28, 2016 – 19 Adar II 5776 moss 0

Crusader fortress, Belvoir Fortress is in northern Israel, 20 kilometres south of the Sea of Galilee on top of on a hill. Gilbert of Assailly, […]