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1,186 Articles of interest in Israel

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  • Bar Yehuda Airfield

    Bar Yehuda Airfield (Hebrew מנחת בר־יהודה, minḥat bar-yehuda; sometimes known as Masada Airfield) (IATA: MTZ, ICAO: LLMZ), named after Israel Bar-Yehuda, is a small desert airfield located in the southern Judean desert, between Arad and Ein Gedi, we…

  • American Colony Hotel

    The American Colony Hotel is a luxury hotel located in a historic building in Jerusalem which previously housed the utopian American-Swedish community known as the American Colony.

  • École Biblique

    The École Biblique, strictly the École biblique et archéologique française de Jérusalem, is a French academic establishment in Jerusalem, founded by Dominicans, and specialising in archaeology and Biblical exegesis.

  • Tiferet Yisrael Synagogue

    Tiferet Yisrael Synagogue (Hebrew: בית הכנסת תפארת ישראל‎) was one of the most outstanding synagogues in the Old City of Jerusalem in the 19th and 20th centuries. It was destroyed by the Arab Legion during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War and left as ruins…

  • Tabun Cave

    The Tabun Cave is an excavated cave located at Nahal Me'arot Nature Reserve, Israel and is one of Human Evolution sites at Mount Carmel, which were proclaimed as having universal value by UNESCO in 2012. The cave was occupied intermittently during t…

  • Ramban Synagogue

    The Ramban Synagogue (Hebrew: בית כנסת הרמב"ן‎), is the second oldest active synagogue in the Old City of Jerusalem. It was founded by Nahmanides (Ramban) in 1267, to service the local Jewish community, which would expand due to its presence.

  • Nahal Ayun

    Nahal Ayun (Hebrew: נחל עיון‎, lit. Ayun Stream), is a perennial stream in the Galilee Panhandle, Israel. The stream originates from the springs in the Marjayoun valley in southern Lebanon, and runs southward for seven kilometers in various irrigati…

  • Mini Israel

    Mini Israel (Hebrew: מיני ישראל‎) is a miniature park located near Latrun, Israel in the Ayalon Valley. Opened in November 2002, the site contains miniature replicas of hundreds of buildings and landmarks in Israel. The tourist attraction consists o…

  • Kiryat Eliezer Stadium

    The Haifa Municipal Stadium (Hebrew: אצטדיון העירוני חיפה‎, Etztadion HaIroni Haifa), more commonly known as Kiryat Eliezer (Hebrew: קריית אליעזר‎), was a multi-use stadium in the Kiryat Eliezer neighborhood of Haifa, Israel. It was mostly used for …

  • Khan al-Umdan

    Khan al-Umdan (Arabic: خان العمدان‎: "Caravanserai of the Pillars" or "Inn of the Columns", also known as Khán-i-'Avámid) is the largest and best preserved khan in Israel.

  • Kerem HaTeimanim

    Kerem HaTeimanim (Hebrew: כֶּרֶם התֵּימָנִים) is a neighbourhood in the center of Tel Aviv, Israel. The neighborhood is adjacent to the Carmel Market.

  • Tel Aviv Convention Center

    The Tel Aviv Convention Center (Hebrew: מרכז הירידים והקונגרסים בישראל‎), commonly known as Ganey Hataarukha, is located on Rokach Boulevard in northern Tel Aviv, Israel, adjacent to the Tel Aviv University Railway Station. Established in 1932 as "Y…

  • Hiriya

    Hiriya (Hebrew: חירייה‎) is a former waste dump located southeast of Tel Aviv, Israel. After accumulating 25 million tons of waste, the facility was shut down in August 1998.It is visible on approach into Ben Gurion International Airport as a flat-t…

  • Hatzerim

    Hatzerim (Hebrew: חֲצֵרִים, lit. Farmyards) is a kibbutz located 8 kilometers west of Beersheba in the Negev desert in Israel. It is named after the Bible (Deuteronomy 2:23), mentioning a site nearby: "the Avvites who lived in farmyards as far as Ga…

  • Hamat Tiberias

    Hamat Tiberias is an ancient archaeological site and an Israeli national park known as Hamat Tverya National Park which is located on the Tiberias-Zemach road that runs along the shore of the Sea of Galilee to Tiberias.

  • Haifa metropolitan area

    Haifa metropolitan area (Hebrew: מטרופולין חיפה) is a metropolitan area including areas from both the Haifa and the North Districts of Israel. It is located along the Israeli Mediterranean coastline.

  • Bayit VeGan

    Bayit VeGan (Hebrew: בית וגן‎, lit. House and Garden) is a neighborhood in southwest Jerusalem, Israel. Bayit VeGan is located to the east of Mount Herzl and borders the neighborhoods of Kiryat Hayovel and Givat Mordechai.

  • Avshalom Cave

    Avshalom Cave (Hebrew: מערת אבשלום‎), also known as Soreq Cave or Stalactites Cave (Hebrew: מערת הנטיפים‎), is a 5,000 m2 cave on the western side of Mt.Ye'ela, in the Judean hills, in Israel, unique for its dense concentration of stalactites.

  • 1979 Nahariya attack

    The 1979 Nahariya attack (codenamed by its perpetrators as the Nasser Operation) was a raid by four Palestine Liberation Front (PLF) militants in Nahariya, Israel on April 22, 1979.

  • Tel Aviv HaShalom Railway Station

    Tel Aviv HaShalom Railway Station (Hebrew: תַּחֲנַת תֵּל אָבִיב הַשָּלוֹם) is one of the busiest railway stations in Israel, serving most lines of Israel Railways. It is located on HaShalom Interchange over Ayalon Highway in Tel Aviv.

  • Tel Aviv HaHagana Railway Station

    Tel Aviv HaHagana Railway Station is an Israel Railways station in Tel Aviv. It is Tel Aviv's southernmost railway station, located some 400 meters to the east of Tel Aviv Central Bus Station. It is located between the lanes of the Ayalon Highway, j…

  • Highway 50 (Israel)

    Highway 50, officially called Begin Boulevard (Hebrew: שדרות בגין‎, Sderot Begin) and also referred to as Menachem Begin Expressway or Begin Highway, is an urban freeway in western Jerusalem named after Israel's sixth Prime Minister, Menachem Begin.…

  • Ramon Airbase

    Ramon Airbase (Hebrew: בסיס חיל-האוויר רמון‎ (ICAO: LLRM), Basis Hayil-HaAvir Ramon, lit. Ramon Air Force Base) is an Israeli Air Force base southwest of Beersheba, near the town of Mitzpe Ramon. Also titled Kanaf 25 (Hebrew: כנף 25‎, lit. Wing 25),…

  • Ramat Shlomo

    Ramat Shlomo (Hebrew: רמת שלמה‎, lit. Shlomo's (Solomon's) Heights) is a large Jewish housing development in northern East Jerusalem. The population, mostly ultra-Orthodox, is 20,000. Ramat Shlomo was built on land formerly occupied by Jordan from 1…

  • Ramat Aviv Mall

    Ramat Aviv Mall (Hebrew: קניון רמת אביב) is a shopping mall on 40 Einstein Street, in Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv. At a rent of $1,804 per square meter, it is Israel's most expensive mall and the 35th most expensive mall in the world. Its gross leasable ar…

  • Musrara, Jerusalem

    Musrara (Arabic: مصرارة‎, Hebrew: מוסררה‎) also known by its Hebrew name, Morasha (Hebrew: מורשה‎) is a neighborhood in Jerusalem.

  • Mount Precipice

    Mount Precipice (Hebrew: הר הקפיצה Arabic: جبل القفزة), also known as Mount of Precipitation, Mount of the Leap of the Lord and Mount Kedumim is located just outside the southern edge of Nazareth, 2.0 km SSW of the modern city center.

  • Misgav Regional Council

    The Misgav Regional Council (Hebrew: מועצה אזורית משגב‎, Mo'atza Azorit Misgav ISO 259-3 Moˁaça ʔazorit Miśgabb) is a regional council in the Galilee region in northern Israel. The regional council is home to 22,000 people, and comprises 35 small to…

  • Mamshit

    Mamshit (Hebrew: ממשית‎) is the Nabataean city of Mampsis or Memphis (Ancient Greek: Μέμφις). In the Nabataean period, Mamshit was an important station on Incense Road, running from the Idumean Mountains, through the Arabah and Ma'ale Akrabim, and o…

  • Jezzar Pasha Mosque

    The Jezzar Pasha Mosque (Arabic: مسجد الجزار‎, Masjid al-Jazzar; Hebrew: מסגד אל-ג'זאר‎, Misgad al-Jazzar), also known as the White Mosque, is located on al-Jezzar Street inside the walls of the old city of Acre, overlooking the eastern Mediterranea…

  • Jerusalem Technology Park

    Jerusalem Technology Park (Hebrew: גט"י - הגן הטכנולוגי‎), also Malha Technology Park (Hebrew: הגן הטכנולוגי מלחה‎, Hagan HaTechnologi Malha) is a high-tech industrial park located in the Malha neighborhood of southwest Jerusalem, Israel.

  • Jerusalem College of Technology

    The Jerusalem College of Technology (JCT) (Hebrew: בית הספר הגבוה לטכנולוגיה בירושלים‎), is an Orthodox Jewish college. JCT's main campuses ('Lev' and 'Neveh' institutes) are situated in the Givat Mordechai neighborhood of Jerusalem. Other branches …