Haifa

Haifa

Haifa is Israel’s third largest city with over 275,000 residents and home to the World Bahai Center.

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Hamat Gader

Hamat Gader

Hamat Gader is located on the border between Israel, Jordan and the Golan Heights. Since ancient times, Hamat Gader has been a haven for visitors who seek healing in its therapeutic hot springs and sulfur pools.

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Hamat Tiberias

Hamat Tiberias

Hamat Tiberias (Hamat Teverya) is a national park in Israel, next to the Sea of Galilee, that preserves natural hot springs and archaeological remains from the Talmudic and Turkish periods.

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Hatachana Tel Aviv

Hatachana Tel Aviv

 Hatachana literally means ’the stop.’ Hatachana served as the main train depot in Tel Aviv from 1892 to 1948. Today it is a compound filled with stores and restaurants.

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Herodium

Herodium

Herodium is a National Park located in area B of the West Bank, just south of Jerusalem and east of Bethlehem

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Hula Valley

Hula Valley

The Hula Valley is located in the Upper Galilee and is one of the most fertile valleys in Israel today. Throughout much of history, this area was a infectuous swampland (from which ’Hula’ gets its name ’sickness’).  The Hul

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Hurva Synagogue

Hurva Synagogue

The Hurva Synagogue is the largest synagogue in the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem’s Old City. ’Hurva’ means ’destroyed,’ a correct appelation to this place of worship that has been destroyed twice and rebuilt three times sin

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Independence Hall

Independence Hall

Independence Hall is located in Tel Aviv. Here, Israel declared statehood on Friday, May 14th, 1948.

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Israel Museum

Israel Museum

The Israel Museum is located in Jerusalem. The Shrine of the Book houses several authentic fragments from the Dead Sea Scrolls, as well as facsimiles of Scrolls and artifacts from the Qumran community.

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