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  • It was midnight in the ancient cemetery of Safed on a dark, moonless night. It was rosh hodesh, the beginning of the month according to the Jewish calendar, and a sliver of the new moon had yet to make its first appearance. Instead of moonlight, hundreds of memorial candles...

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  • The first section of the 1,200 kilometer Israel Bike Trail has just been completed – a 300 kilometer 7 day ride through the Negev Desert from Mitzpe Ramon to Eilat. The trail runs along its own single bike path, passing through pristine desert through some of the most beautiful...

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  • Wingate Institute, Israel’s national center for physical education and  sport, has launched a new Extreme Sports Tour Guide and Operator course to prepare Israelis become experts in a growing, and lucrative, tourism offering. “There is a huge market for everybody who comes to Israel who’s willing to do and...

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  • Fascinating wall paintings that provide glimpses into different periods in Jerusalem’s history were revealed after a pipe burst by the storerooms in the Saint Louis hospital near the Old City of Jerusalem. The paintings are the work of the hospital’s founder, baron Marie Paul Amédée de Piellat. In the...

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  • There is something about the city of Ramla that enchants visitors: its warm hospitality, its mix of tourist attractions, its vivacious markets, or perhaps its diverse population. Today Ramla is home to some 76,000 residents, including Jews from over 55 countries, Moslems, Christians, and Karaites. The multicultural mix is...

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Blue Skies, Blue Walls, Blue Eyes

September 9, 2014
Blue Skies, Blue Walls, Blue Eyes

It was midnight in the ancient cemetery of Safed on a dark, moonless night. It was rosh hodesh, the beginning of the month according to the Jewish calendar, and a sliver of the new moon had yet to make its first appearance. Instead of moonlight, hundreds of memorial candles illuminated the cemetery, their small...
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New Single Cross Desert Bike Trail Opens

August 6, 2014
New Single Cross Desert Bike Trail Opens

The first section of the 1,200 kilometer Israel Bike Trail has just been completed – a 300 kilometer 7 day ride through the Negev Desert from Mitzpe Ramon to Eilat. The trail runs along its own single bike path, passing through pristine desert through some of the most beautiful desert country in the Negev....
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Taking tourism to new extremes

June 23, 2014
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Wingate Institute, Israel’s national center for physical education and  sport, has launched a new Extreme Sports Tour Guide and Operator course to prepare Israelis become experts in a growing, and lucrative, tourism offering. “There is a huge market for everybody who comes to Israel who’s willing to do and experience extreme sports, whether it’s...
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Glimpses of the Past

June 11, 2014
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Fascinating wall paintings that provide glimpses into different periods in Jerusalem’s history were revealed after a pipe burst by the storerooms in the Saint Louis hospital near the Old City of Jerusalem. The paintings are the work of the hospital’s founder, baron Marie Paul Amédée de Piellat. In the late nineteenth century, as the...
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The Many Cultures and Religions of Ramla

June 10, 2014
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There is something about the city of Ramla that enchants visitors: its warm hospitality, its mix of tourist attractions, its vivacious markets, or perhaps its diverse population. Today Ramla is home to some 76,000 residents, including Jews from over 55 countries, Moslems, Christians, and Karaites. The multicultural mix is particularly evident in Ramla’s market...
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The Art of Framing

May 28, 2014
Meitsag

In a city where most art venues are stark, white cubes designed to focus all attention on the works of art, the Meitsag Gallery stands out. Established by Tali and Kuti Navon in 1989, Meitsag is a frame-making and art space where a surprising variety of paintings, photographs, mirrors, and empty frames coexist with...
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Carefully Modelled Trains

August 25, 2014
Carefully Modelled Trains

Every week the members of the Israeli Model Trains Club, a group of men from all over Israel, meet...
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Conservation Project: Five Works by Marc Chagall

July 13, 2014
Conservation Project: Five Works by Marc Chagall

Simon and Marie Jaglom Pavilion for Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Art, Main Building Closing: 30/10/2014   In 2012, the Tel Aviv Museum of...
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The Dust Bowl

June 25, 2014
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An exhibition displaying artworks by artists Sharon Musafi and Yael Goldberg is opening at the Alfred Gallery in Tel...
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Pesi Girsch at the Open Museum

June 17, 2014
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The Open Museum of Photography in the Tel-Hai Industrial Park is hosting an exhibition of the works of Pesi...
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Journeys

June 17, 2014
Journeys

The word “journey” carries a wealth of connotations. It can refer to a physical trip, a spiritual experience, a...
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Foreigners among Us

June 16, 2014
Beit-Hagefen

The Beit Hagefen Art Gallery, at 2 Hagefen Street in Haifa, is hosting a new exhibition, “Foreigners among Us.”...
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Home Class

June 11, 2014
Home-Class

The Dana Art Gallery at Kibbutz Yad Mordekhai is hosting a new solo exhibition, “Home Class,” featuring the work...
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Gaza is one of the most ancient cities in this region of thousands of years of history. Situated at the entrance to Canaan, the Land of Israel, as you approach from Egypt. With an abundance of water, from its high water table, it is the first settlement reached once you cross the Sinai Desert,...

ERETZ Magazine attends IPW in Chicago

ERETZ Magazine attends IPW in Chicago

                      ERETZ Magazine was invited by the American Embassy in Israel to participate in the IPW 2014 in Chicago to be the representatives of the Israeli Media. Publisher Dita Kohl-Roman met with Chicago Mayor Ram Emanuel (left) and the Mayor of Miami Philip Levine (right) to...

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There is something about the city of Ramla that enchants visitors: its warm hospitality,...

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Negev Rock Art

Finally, after many generations of wanderings in the Negev Desert, the thousands of scratched...

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The Oldest Masks in the World

A new exhibition showcasing a selection of rare 9,000 years old stone masks opens...

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