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A Walk Down Tel Aviv’s New Independence Trail

Independence Trail (Photo: Facebook/Brit Olom Tours Inc)

In celebration of Israel’s 70th anniversary, a new Independence Trail in Tel Aviv gives you a look into the historical events surrounding the foundation of the modern state of Israel.

As Israel’s 70th anniversary approaches, a new interactive tourist site aims to change that, focusing on two of the most crucial events in the story of modern Israel: the birth of Tel Aviv in 1909 and the birth of Israel itself in 1948.

The one-kilometer Independence Trail takes visitors past 10 heritage sites connected by a golden path that snakes through the streets of Tel Aviv. It will open on April 18, the eve of Israel’s Independence Day, free of charge to the public.

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