A new museum of natural history – showing a collection of over 5 million specimens – will open to the public this summer reports No Camels. The best part? This impressive, 8,000-square-meter building is shaped just like Noah’s Ark. It will be one of the first of its kind for natural history research in the Middle East.
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Christian tourists around the world enjoy visiting the Holy Land during Easter. Check out Israel21c’s list of eight remarkable churches to visit during this holy season.
Now you can walk along a trail that will take you past many of Jerusalem’s 200 ritual baths, which were once used to purify Jewish pilgrims ascending the Temple Mount in the Second Temple era.
Writing in Tablet Magazine, Sara Toth Stub explains why new trend in Israeli tourism – home tours – is growing in popularity. Stub shows us what happens when a group of college kids visit a Haredi home in Jerusalem’s ultra-Orthodox Bukharim quarter.
Watch to see how Israelis transformed a lifeguard tower into a beautiful beach house overlooking the ocean.