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  • Wadi al Subia, Arabic for the “riverbed of the lion cubs,” is the name of a small ravine, one of the tributaries of Nahal Dishon, and one of the main riverbeds of the Upper Galilee that drains the northern slopes of Mount Meron. Even though the ravine is very...

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  • In 2007, the Masada Museum opened on the ground floor of the visitors center at the Masada National Park. It displays 400 of the thousands of artifacts discovered at the site in the excavations conducted 50 years ago. The museum was not built around the exhibits, but around the...

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  • Finally, after many generations of wanderings in the Negev Desert, the thousands of scratched rock drawings on the black rocks are being treated with academic seriousness. At the end of the month, the Negev Rock Art Center at Sdeh Boker will host a two-day conference on rock art throughout...

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  • A new exhibition showcasing a selection of rare 9,000 years old stone masks opens next month at The Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Face to Face: The Oldest Masks in the World will run from March 11 to September 11, 2014. Considered the most ancient human portraits in the world, these mysterious...

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  • Right near the entrance to Kibbutz Netzer Sireni. Past the sign, at the right edge of the second parking lot stand two big wooden toy locomotives. One is a replica of Thomas the Tank Engine while the other is a big green train with a large bench and a...

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Lion Cub Riverbed

March 31, 2014
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Wadi al Subia, Arabic for the “riverbed of the lion cubs,” is the name of a small ravine, one of the tributaries of Nahal Dishon, and one of the main riverbeds of the Upper Galilee that drains the northern slopes of Mount Meron. Even though the ravine is very close to Safed, the city...
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The Artifacts’ Story

March 26, 2014
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In 2007, the Masada Museum opened on the ground floor of the visitors center at the Masada National Park. It displays 400 of the thousands of artifacts discovered at the site in the excavations conducted 50 years ago. The museum was not built around the exhibits, but around the narrative of Masada, focusing on...
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Negev Rock Art

March 4, 2014
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Finally, after many generations of wanderings in the Negev Desert, the thousands of scratched rock drawings on the black rocks are being treated with academic seriousness. At the end of the month, the Negev Rock Art Center at Sdeh Boker will host a two-day conference on rock art throughout the deserts of the Middle...
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The Oldest Masks in the World

February 17, 2014
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A new exhibition showcasing a selection of rare 9,000 years old stone masks opens next month at The Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Face to Face: The Oldest Masks in the World will run from March 11 to September 11, 2014. Considered the most ancient human portraits in the world, these mysterious masks originated from the Land...
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