The Robinson Arch

This Arch is the only remains of the first overpass in classical antiquity. King Herod, who built the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem at about 20 BC also built a large interchange at the meeting point of the Western and Southern walls. In practice, the walls served as retaining walls that supported the large plaza he…

Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv, Israel’s cultural and financial center was established as “a Hebrew city “only 103 years ago, next to the ancient city of Jaffa. The city has wonderful sandy beaches, excellent restaurants hotels and great open liberal people. Tel Aviv was declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage .They called it “ The White City…

Qasr El Yahud

Qasr El Yahud in Arabic meaning “The Castel of the Jews” is located on the Jordan river about 2 miles East of Jericho. According to the tradition 3 historical events happened here: It is here where the Israelites crossed the Jordan River to inherit the Promised Land after 40 years of wandering in the dessert.…