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10 stunning photographs of Israel’s beautiful desert

10 stunning photographs of Israel’s beautiful desert

From the Judean desert to the Negev and Arava, there is much to discover within Israel’s desert landscapes. Did you know more than half of Israel’s total land area is desert? Despite much of the land being unpopulated, the rugged mountains and serene landscapes are brimming with natural beauty. From the Ramon Crater in the […]

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Dazzling light show brings King David alive in Jerusalem

Dazzling light show brings King David alive in Jerusalem

New multimedia experience at the Tower of David Museum is the largest installation of 18,000-lumen single-chip M-Vision Laser projectors in the world. More than 3,000 years ago, a redheaded shepherd boy from Bethlehem felled a menacing giant with a slingshot. He played the harp and composed the poems immortalized in the book of Psalms. When […]

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Discover Jewish London Through the Ages

Discover Jewish London Through the Ages

  The perfect companion for discovering Jewish London through the ages Whether you visit Golders Green with its bagel and falafel bars, Stamford Hill with its growing Orthodox community, Spitalfields with its memories of the Jewish East End, the City to trace civic emancipation through the lives of 19th-century financiers or stroll through leafy NW3 […]

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NEW TRAVEL APP – UPLIFT – ENDS JET LAG NATURALLY

NEW TRAVEL APP – UPLIFT –  ENDS JET LAG NATURALLY

Neuroscientist created based on neuroscience and acupressure techniques resets the internal body clock.  Uplift Ventures LLC announces the release of Uplift, a mobile application that provides a custom solution to reset your internal body clock to your new time zone. Uplift eliminates jet lag and reduces your transition time to your new times zone with a […]

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The Rashi House in Troyes, Champagne

The Rashi House in Troyes, Champagne

The Story of the Eponymous Rabbi and the Deep Roots of Jewish Culture in Medieval France Less than an hour and a half southeast of the capital of Paris lies a town known as Troyes in the Champagne region of Northern France. 16th century timber houses line the streets of the old town, but an air […]

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Once Upon a Time, There Were Jews in Ankara!!

Once Upon a Time, There Were Jews in Ankara!!

Leyla Aglamaz, who migrated to Israel in 1971, shares her childhood in Ankara, the Jewish life, traditions, religious rituals and interactions with general population. Could you introduce yourself? I was born in 1940 in Ankara. My paternal side belongs to Almaleh and Albukrek families. Albukrek Family’s head was a doctor whose father was my grandmother’s […]

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5 Great Games & Apps to Make Traveling with Kids Easier

5 Great Games & Apps to Make Traveling with Kids Easier

Personalized flight screens are becoming more prevalent, but there are still many airlines without these entertainment options – leaving many parents wondering how to keep their children occupied during long-haul flights and extensive waits in the airport. ISRAEL21c suggests these five Israeli games and apps to keep the kids creatively engaged from point of departure […]

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