From Tel Aviv to Berlin, here are the best places to see Bauhaus architecture; Daniel Pembrey; Independent

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The Bauhaus school of design turns 100 in 2019. The style, recognisable for its flat roofs, white or glass-skinned walls and boldly modern details, has influenced skyscrapers, typefaces and most things in between.

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Photos: The Ancient Ruins of Shivta in Southern Israel; Tom Metcalfe; Live Science

Ancient Shivta in southern Israel was once part of a thriving group of desert cities on a trade route between the Mediterranean coast and the east of Arabia.

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Jesus image, hidden in plain sight at Negev church, is one of earliest in Israel; Amanda Borschel-Dan; Times of Israel

Youth with ‘short curly hair, a prolonged face, large eyes and an elongated nose’ depicted in faint painting found in circa 6th century Byzantine church in ancient village Shivta…

Source: Jesus image, hidden in plain sight at Negev church, is one of earliest in Israel

Food and Architecture Coexist in Tel Aviv-Jaffa; Ilana K Levinsky; Times of Israel

From the blog of Ilana K. Levinsky at The Times of Israel…

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Why scientists are saying you should visit these Mediterranean cities; Benyamin Cohen; From The Grapevine

Dozens of UNESCO World Heritage Sites could disappear, so start working on your bucket list now.

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Israel to develop Hebron heritage with UNESCO cash; Jerusalem Post

Israel and the United States stopped paying their UNESCO dues in 2011, after the organization became the first UN organ to recognize Palestine as a member state. The government is set to fund increased development of Hebron’s Jewish heritage, with money it saved by not paying its annual dues to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

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15 Best Things To Do In Israel; Ketki Hanamshet; TripHobo

If you are wondering what to do in Israel, then you are in for a treat! Here are the best things to do in Israel just for you.

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Masada Dig Reveals a Pleasure-Garden at King Herod’s Palace; Robin Ngo; Biblical Archaeology Society

Masada—the remote mountain-plateau in the Judean Desert, where Herod built a palace-fortress and where Jewish Zealots made their last stand against the Romans—is being excavated once again.

Source: Masada Dig Reveals a Pleasure-Garden at King Herod’s Palace – Biblical Archaeology Society

What it’s like visiting one of the world’s greatest treasures, the 2,000 year-old mountaintop fortress Masada; Ben Gilbert; Business Insider

Towering over the infamous Dead Sea, the over 2,000-year-old Masada fortress is one of the world’s greatest wonders. Here’s what it’s like to visit!

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The Real World History Behind Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’s Jedha City; Randy Hutchinson; Coffee With Kenobi

The Real World History Behind Rogue One: A Star Wars Story‘s Jedha City — A Guest Blog by Randy Hutchinson The tragic real world history of one of the key influences behind NiJedha In the Star Wars universe, creators have utilized real world influences in its design, such as Yavin IV and the Mayan Temples […]

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