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10 top reasons to visit Tel Aviv in 2019

10 top reasons to visit Tel Aviv in 2019

Fabulous anytime, Tel Aviv has extra appeal for tourists this year as it celebrates its 110th anniversary. Tel Aviv is a fabulous city, and 2019 promises to be a particularly fabulous year for it. Important milestones, cultural events and all-round amazingness make the seaside city a must-see this year. Here are our top picks for […]

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Passover, Easter visitors flock to historic Jordan River

Passover, Easter visitors flock to historic Jordan River

The Jordan River baptismal site of Qasr al-Yahud was much more crowded than usual on Monday, April 15, less than a week before Passover and Easter. To find out why both Christians and Jews were gathering here on this day — the 10th of Nisan on the Hebrew calendar — ISRAEL21c joined a fascinating tour […]

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Explore the land of Israel with a hiking group

Explore the land of Israel with a hiking group

A growing number of organized hiking groups help you hoof it into nature, whether a self-guided one-day trek or a 65-day chauffeured hike. Visitors to Israel looking for an outing slightly more adventurous than another museum, archeological site or outdoor market can take advantage of the growing number of organized hiking groups. There is no […]

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Young Professionals Taste Chassidic Life in Crown Heights

Young Professionals Taste Chassidic Life in Crown Heights

Weekend gathering immerses men and women into the richness of Judaism The visible group of young men and women crossed the street in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y., stopping at a shop called Primo Hatters. “This is where the rabbis get their gear,” said their guide, Rabbi Mendy Levertov. “To you, the hats […]

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The American pioneers who tried to take Tel Aviv by storm

The American pioneers who tried to take Tel Aviv by storm

For old-fashioned New England architecture, look no further than Tel Aviv’s American Colony, with its tales of pilgrimage, disease and broken dreams. “Pilgrimage” isn’t the first word that springs to mind when thinking of Tel Aviv. But for a few brave Americans back in 1866, it certainly was. They were 157 men, women and children, […]

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