Articles with tag: ashdod

The first part of the review can be found here. There was a huge line to  The Church Of the Holy Sepulchre . Although I can say one thing for sure - the aura and energy are extremely powerful there. The whole building of the temple is divided between the various Christian...
Usually, each guest of Israel considers visiting of  Jerusalem  a must-see program destination. Someone is interested in its multi-faceted history, someone makes pilgrimage tours, and someone is just chasing contrasts and bright colors of this ancient city. Many people are...
The museum is called  Yad La-Shiryon, b ut it also goes by the name Beitha-Shiryon.  It is opened between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Friday is a short day. The entrance ticket was about $8. Nearby there was a center for the study of bird migration. Radar is already in the territory....
Latrun is a site in Israel, west of  Jerusalem . I read in the guidebook that there is a Trappist Monastery and decided to visit it. The trappist monks get up before dawn, do not eat meat, work a lot and are incommunicative. We didn't see any monks, but we walked around the territory of the...
The Wailing Wall is a preserved part of the Western Wall of the Second Temple, destroyed by the Romans in the year 70 AD. Since then, no one has managed to build the Third Temple on this spot. Kotel is one of the holiest sites for the Jewish people, as it is a symbol of hope and the...
Tel Aviv is home to a safari park where visitors are driven through the park to see lions, zebras, hippos and many other animals, as well as wander among traditional exhibits with bears, monkeys and giraffes.  Passengers can ride through the park in an open electric cart: Author:...
Flying via helicopter over Israel took several hours, periodically landing in different areas, such as the Jordan River. The helicopter departs from the airport in Tel Aviv and arrives in Caesarea within 15 minutes. By car, the journey would have taken 40 minutes: Circling ...
Dead Sea has a depth of 1378 feet (420 meters). Its name comes from the fact that the water is so salty that no living organism can survive it. The high concentration of minerals in the water have unique healing properties; hotels and sanatoriums have been built on the shores to capitalize on this...