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Treasures Awaiting in the Galilee

Ethiopian hut on Kibbutz Evron. Photo courtesy of Treasures of the Galilee

Check out a new list created by our friends at ISRAEL21c, and discover all the amazing places to see in Western Galilee! We love the first one on the list:

Nearly all the visitors to Skiba’s gojo at Kibbutz Evron are Israeli. However, the four-year-old Treasures of the Galilee (Ozrot Hagalil) philanthropic initiative, which promotes Skiba and 400 other Western Galilee tourism sites, now aims to introduce more overseas tourists to this verdant, history-saturated and culturally diverse part of the country. The website was recently translated into English for this purpose.

Over a brunch of fresh goat cheeses, herbed omelets, roasted vegetables and other kosher delicacies at the family-run Alto Dairy Visitors’ Center and Restaurant on Kibbutz Shomrat, ISRAEL21c recently joined members of the foreign press in learning more about Treasures of the Galilee before visiting a few participating sites.

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