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10 perfect days out in Israel

10 perfect days out in Israel

Do-it-yourself day trips in the land of milk and honey that will capture your heart and also satisfy your stomach. Israel is blessed with endless options for interesting day trips. North, south or center, there is always a new hike, nature reserve or historical site to discover, and nothing is ever too far away. But […]

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10 hidden gems you’ll want to visit in Haifa

10 hidden gems you’ll want to visit in Haifa

The best-kept secrets in this beautiful northern Mediterranean beach town are delicious, intriguing and filled to the brim with culture and fun. When most people think of touring in Haifa, the first thing that comes to mind is the lush Bahá’í Gardens, a masterpiece of landscaping that crowns the hilly city like a colorful jewel. […]

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10 new hotel openings in the Maldives

10 new hotel openings in the Maldives

The next year or so is going to be a busy time for the hospitality trade in The Maldives. A clutch of 10 new hotels will fling open their doors throughout 2018 and into early 2019, expanding its already well-established portfolio of luxury resorts. Much loved by tourists for its beaches, blue lagoons and extensive […]

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Bryan Adams in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. December 4-6, 2017

Bryan Adams in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. December 4-6, 2017

Canadian singer Bryan Adams will perform two concerts in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, Israel, later this year. Bryan Adams is known for evergreen classic ballads such as “Everything I Do”, “Run to You”, “Heaven”, “Here I Am”, “Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman” ? “,” All For Love ” and many more. He is […]

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An unhoped-for heritage: an archaeological discovery in Alsace

An unhoped-for heritage: an archaeological discovery in Alsace

A genizah is a storage area for worn-out religious books and, by extension, for liturgical objects that cannot be discarded. Since they cannot be disposed of, they are placed in a hiding place in the synagogue awaiting their burial. Genizot were regarded as having little interest in France, unlike other countries in the Ashkenazi world more aware of the […]

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