Gan HaShlosha - the Park of Three - is a beautiful place to visit in the Holy Land that was named after three Jewish pioneers who were killed in 1938 by a landmine as they were surveying their people's historic and biblical homeland.
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Jerusalem hosts the largest international light art festival this summer with interactive displays.
The Holy Land has many spectacular beaches that are worth checking out this summer! With so many surrounding seas, like the Mediterranean, the Dead Sea, and the Red Sea, there are many sandy beaches to explore.
Two Israeli entrepreneurs – who run the Tel Aviv-based bag label Complet – share their favorite places to visit in their hometown, Tel Aviv.
A new national aquarium in Jerusalem will give tourists and Israelis alike a look into Israel’s deep seas. Ecologists hope the new aquarium will raise awareness and promote conservation of these marine animals.