207 ‘masbiranim’ provide in-depth and detailed information at natural and historic sites nationwide. Here are five of the best.
British PM William Pitt the Younger’s niece started the treasure hunting in this unique southern Israeli city, and it continues to this day.
The first wave of Jewish immigrants arrived in 1886. Penniless and pious, they built tin homes for themselves and prioritized their synagogues.
Unique basalt columns are just one of the remarkable features of the Heights’ longest stream, as it flows toward the Sea of Galilee.
The most significant find to date is an altar stone believed to be a model of the Jerusalem Temple – created by a contemporary artist who saw it first-hand.