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Jerusalem has a fascinating history spanning thousands of years and is the capital of Israel. The city, located in the Judean Hills, is the most populous country in the country and has the largest Jewish population in the State of Israel


Haifa is the third largest city in Israel and the largest in the north. Haifa serves as the capital of the Haifa district and as the unofficial capital of the northern Israel

Sea of ​​Galilee

The Sea of ​​Galilee is a sea in the north-east of Israel. This is the largest freshwater lake in the Land of Israel. The Kinneret has great importance in Christianity. According to Christian faith Jesus made a variety of miracles there


Acre is a city in the northern region of Israel, bordering the south on the northern shores of the Gulf of Acre and the Mediterranean Sea. Acre is one of the oldest port cities in the world, and its recorded history dates back to the Early Bronze Age.

Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv-Yafo is a metropolis in which Israel's economy, culture, communications and commerce center. It is the second largest city in Israel. The city was named "the first Hebrew city" because its founding nucleus was ostensibly the first Jewish project to build a Jewish urban complex in the Land of Israel during the period of the modern return to Zion.

Dead Sea

The southern Dead Sea Valley is the area between the Edom Mountains and the Moab Mountains in the Kingdom of Jordan to the Judean Desert and the Zin Desert in Israel, and it is part of the Syrian-African rift. In the center of the valley lies the Dead Sea, whose area is under the joint control of Israel and Jordan. The border between the countries passes through the middle.

The Golan Heights

The Golan Heights is a region that stretches in the northeast of the Land of Israel in the area of ​​the Israel-Syria border, and includes a flat topographic level that is engraved in some of the largest streams in Israel. The area was divided between Mount Hermon on the north, the Jordan River to the west, the Yarmuk River to the south and the Israel-Syria border to the east.

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