Gaze down upon a glorious history, from the days of Kaiser Wilhelm II to the modern Baha’i Gardens.
Locals and tourists make a beeline for the Friday crafts fair outside the country’s first arts school downtown, but there is plenty to see on Bezalel Street all week long.
Tales of timber, from the cedars outside the Jewish Agency building in Jerusalem, to the 600-year-old oak at the tomb of Rabbi Yosef Abba Halafta in the Galilee.
During the Byzantine era, a quarter of Israel’s synagogues were located in three dozen Golan Heights communities. The Archeological Museum in Katzrin does them proud.
Tales from the dark side as our travel guru chases demons, counters curses, tests potions, and discovers the advantages of giving birth to ugly babies.