Category: Top Israel Tourists Attractions

Ramon Crater, Israel

Serenity in a Nutshell: Ramon Crater, Israel The Makhtesh Ramon in Mitzpe Ramon The Ramon Crater (Makhtesh Ramon) in Israel is situated near the small town of Mitzpe Ramon in the Negev Desert. The town of Mitzpe Ramon was originally created in the 50s, solely as a camp for workers who were building a new…

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Qasr al-Yahud

What is Qasr al-Yahud? Although Jesus was born in the Israeli town of Nazareth, his “spiritual birth” is said to have taken place during his baptism in the Jordan River. The site of his baptism has been located based on biblical descriptions and today serves as a popular tourist destination for Christians. Located along the…

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Western Wall Tunnels, Jerusalem

Underground Tunnels in the Old City of Jerusalem Who Discovered the Western Wall Tunnels In 1967, the ministry of religious affairs began the project of cleaning the area of the Western Wall. Over the course of the excavation process, workers undertook a monumental task. They removed tons of dirt and waste, painstakingly clearing the path…

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Tower of David, Jerusalem

Tower of David Magnificent View

Photo Credits: Noam Chen Why should you visit the Tower of David in Jerusalem? Tower of David (Jerusalem’s Citadel), located at the entrance to the Old City of Jerusalem has one of the most fantastic views you could ever wish to see. From the top, you can see the Old and New Cities of Jerusalem,…

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Yad VaShem Holocaust Museum

Yad Vashem, Jerusalem Israel’s Official Holocaust Museum, otherwise known as Yad VaShem, is dedicated to keeping the memory alive of the 6,000,000 Jews who were murdered during the Holocaust as well as being a research center . It also honors the Gentiles who helped Jews hide and escape even while knowing the cost to them and their…

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The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

The Shrine of the Book The Israel Museum in Jerusalem is most widely known for playing host to the famous Dead Sea Scrolls. The first seven scrolls were discovered in the caves of Qumran in 1946 by a Bedouin Shepard and the rest were uncovered by archeologists beginning in 1949-1956 and even as recently as…

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Marina Divers, Eilat

Don’t be fooled by the antiquated store front. Marina Divers in Eilat opened in the mid 90’s and has been known for its service, professionalism, friendliness, reasonable prices and top rated safety standards ever since. The coral reef in the Red Sea is one of the most beautiful, impressive reefs. Though Eilat is the most…

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