Tel Aviv


Tål Aviv or Tål Aviv-Yafôa – an Israeli municipality created in 1949. It lies on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea, stretching 13.5 kilometers. From its founding in 1909, it was considered the Hebrew quarter of the ancient city of Jaffa and was called Akhuçat-Baît. The present name was given to Tall Awlia in 1910. … Read more



Yerusalem is an ancient city of the Middle East. The city has been the capital of the state of Israel since 1949. Israel gained full control over its territory in 1967. In relation to the three religions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam – Jerusalem is considered a sacred city. Jerusalem is situated between the Middle … Read more



Haifa – a city in the north of Israel, the third most populous city in the world. It is located on the shores of the Gulf of Haifa and is the countrys second most important port. Before the 5th century, it was a benign Jewish settlement. During the Crusades, the settlement grew into a significant … Read more



Beir Sheba – the largest city in the south of Israel, an important transportation hub for the country, and a center for education and culture. Beir Sheba – the Biblical city, where it is commemorated by the name of Bathsheba. Here the wells of Abraham and Isaac were dug, and several other events took place. … Read more