If you wish to have a glimpse at how Europe looks like, you have to pay a visit to the Wharf, where many elegant and classical European complexes are built along the pier. The charming architectures will definitely make you feel as if you were back to the ancient Europe. Walking along the dock, you’ll feel a sea breeze caressing your face while enjoying the stunning harbour views. There are numerous restaurants and shops at the pier along with various exhibitions and performances held from time to time. You’re expected to find a brand new experience in this entertainment complex.
The museum is designed in the shape of a prism penetrating the mountain.Divided into nine galleries, the museum relates the stories of the Jewish communities before the Second World War and the series of events beginning from the rise of the Nazis to power, the pursuit of the Jews, their eviction to the ghettos and ending with “the Final Solution” and mass genocide. Visiting the Yad Vashem museum is an emotional and heartrending experience
The Israel Museum is the largest cultural institution in the State of Israel and is ranked among the world’s leading art and archaeology museums. Among the highlights of the Museum’s original campus is the Shrine of the Book, designed by Armand Bartos and Frederick Kiesler, which houses the Dead Sea Scrolls, the oldest biblical manuscripts in the world, as well as rare early medieval biblical manuscripts.
Western Wall & Temple Mount
Western Wall was part of the most magnificent building Jerusalem had ever seen: it was one of four walls Herod the Great built to support the 1,555,000-square-foot plaza on which the Temple stood. It the most visit attraction in Israel.
King David's Tomb
The thousand-year-old building that houses the Tomb of King David on Mount Zion in Jerusalem is almost always thronging; some have come to pray and pay homage to Israel’s famous king and ancestor of the Messiah, while others pour over sacred texts all day long in the anteroom next to the tomb.
Massada is one of Israel's most popular tourist attractions The story of Masada is of 1000 inhabitants that committed mass suicide rather than surrendering to their Roman enemies. A visit to Massada is a thrilling and exciting experience.
Church of Annunciation
The basilica is one of the world's most holy Christian Liturgical sites, built on the traditional site of the annunciation by the Angel Gabriel of the birth of Jesus. The central grotto is believed to have been the home of Mary. The basilica was built in 1969 on the site of crusader and Byzantine remains. This church is a must for almost any Catholic and Orthodox pilgrims.
Beauty, grandeur, and inspired design combined with the painstaking gardening of generations create the unique atmosphere of the Bahai shrine and gardens in Haifa. This is the site where members of the Bahai faith have established their shrine and world center because of its significance to the Bahai faith.
The Roman theatre, located in Caesarea, often hosts concerts by major Israeli and international artists, such as Shlomo Artzi, Yehudit Ravitz, Mashina, Deep Purple, Björk and others. Furthermore, the port has in recent years become home to the annual Caesarea Jazz Festival which offers three evenings of top-class jazz performances by leading international artists.
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