I ❤️ Israel

Blog posts about daily life in Israel and tips how to enjoy Israel as tourist or as new immigrant (oleh chadash).

The Dead Sea is the lowest land mass in the world, located 434 meters below sea level. The unique lake in the south of the country has a very high salinity concentration of about 34%. Ten times as much as the Mediterranean. Its name in English - Dead Sea, stems...
The city of Beer Sheva, located in the northern Negev and known as the 'Capital of the Negev,' is the largest in the south. Beersheba was declared a city, before the establishment of the state, in 1906 - but is first mentioned in the Torah, in the book of...
The city of Ashkelon on the southern coastal plain is the most western geographically in Israel! For sun and beach lovers, it is the ideal experience, but in addition to that, Ashkelon has a variety of things to offer every hiker. The origin of the name Ashkelon - from the word...
The city of Caesarea is an ancient and fascinating port city located on the shores of the Mediterranean! Caesarea has founded in the years 25-13 BC. Old and impressive buildings, which can be admired to this day, were built by King Herod, the 'Builder King' who even dedicated the entire...
The city of Ashdod, located in the south of the country on the Mediterranean Sea's shores, is one of the largest cities in the southern district and one of the two largest and most important port cities in the State of Israel. The town was founded as a local...
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