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Published: Thu, 25 Jan 2007 21:06:19 +0100

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Required travel documents for Israel
Required travel documents for Israel: passport [...]

Electric power
Electric power: 230V / 50 Hz (Jeruzalem: 220V / 50 Hz) [...]

Area code to Israel
Area code to Israel: +972 [...]

Language: The official languages are Hebrew, Arabic and English. Russian is becoming more common. [...]

Currency: New Israeli Shekel (NIS) [...]

Weather: Varies across the country. Hot, humid summers and mild, wet winters on the coastal plain; dry, warm summers and moderately cold winters with occasional snow in the hill regions; semi-arid conditions in the south. [...]

Yehiam Fortress
the date of builth is not known, but it was part of a major defensive settlement in the Western Galilee, along with nearby Montfort Castle, during the Crusader period.

In 1946, when the settlers of Kibbutz Yehaim setteled the site, the walls of the [...]

Tzippori (also called Sepphoris) is situated in the central Galilee and is one of the richest and most fascinating archeological discoveries in Israel.

Tzippori is a site not to be missed, with a long, important history and a vast abundance of [...]

Kochav HaYarden (Belvoir)
It is located in the southern Galilee on the crest of a steep ridge overlooking the Jordan Valley.
Originally it was called the fortress Belvoir (it means " beautifull view), berause of the spectacular view of the valley below and the mountains of Jord [...]

Hamat Tiberias
Originally it was built as a hot bath resort by the Romans, but later became the seat of the Sanhedrin (Jewish religious council) and the hot baths healing properties were recognized by the Jewish leadership as an acceptable cure for a variety of ailment [...]