Zionist pioneers planned a Tel Aviv thoroughfare to match the boulevards of Paris. They wound up with something uniquely Israeli, and still evolving
At Yad Hashmona, nestled in the Jerusalem hills, Finns and Messianic Jews show visitors how things worked in the days of the Bible
Conquered, fortified and then provided with a sophisticated water system 3,000 years ago, Hatzor has been restored, reconstructed, and recognized as a World Heritage Site
What was a strange rock, with a perfectly carved hole in the middle, doing in the remains of an eighth-century church outside Tiberias?
The hill where the Jews first went on the offensive in the War of Independence is now a National Park, restored as a memorial to the soldiers who fell during its bloody battles