To understand Israel today you have to understand Israel then
Tel Aviv Series: UNESCO World Heritage – The White City
Although it is a young city founded in 1909, Tel Aviv became in 2003 one of the eight modern sites declared by UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) World Heritage Sites.
One of Israel’s most beautiful and most charming spots is the small moshava (rural settlement) of Rosh Pinna. The charm of Rosh Pinna stems from the blend of architecture, art, culture, history, nature and fine cuisine. Called the Capital of the Galilee, Rosh Pinna has known ups and downs ever since it was founded nearly a century and a half ago.
The old city of Akko (Acre)
Akko (Acre), estimated to be about 4,000 years old, is one of Israel’s most ancient cities and is located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea.
So much meaning in one name, in one city.
When talking about Israel, the conversation tends to revolve mainly on Jerusalem, due to its historical and religious significance. But one cannot talk about Israel without mentioning the metropolis that dictates Israeli urban pace and which constitutes its biggest economic, cultural, business and technological center, the city of Tel-Aviv.
While the history of the Jewish people in the Land of Israel goes back thousands of years, we have chosen to bring you a number of key moments of the history of the State of Israel: