Three Perfect Days Tel Aviv; Justin Goldman; United Magazines

With cutting-edge museums, world-renowned dance companies, celebrity chefs, and beautiful beaches, this city is brimming with a renewed, modern energy…

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Forging History; Cherie Winner; Penn State University

When archaeologists at a dig in northern Israel found hundreds of pounds of iron slag, they thought the site might have been used for industrial-level production of iron tools or weapons. But were the small hearths they unearthed adequate to do such work? Last summer, they did an experiment to find out.

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The Great Hall Of The Crusades, Akko, Israel; Dan Cirucci

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Tel Aviv: Between the beach and Bauhaus; Ashwin Rajagopalan; The Hindu

The Israeli city makes a generous offering of natural and man-made wonders…

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10 top reasons to visit Tel Aviv in 2019; Naama Barak; Israel 21c

Fabulous anytime, Tel Aviv has extra appeal for tourists this year as it celebrates its 110th anniversary.

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How I spent 24 hours in Haifa; Benyamin Cohen; From The Grapevine

With the clock ticking, my one-day adventure showcased a lot of what this northern Israeli city had to offer – despite tricky scheduling.

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Bauhaus movement: Google celebrates the school’s 100th anniversary; Cassandra Gomes-Hochberg; Jerusalem Post

The largest number of buildings in the Bauhaus style are in Tel Aviv; UNESCO proclaimed the city a World Cultural Heritage site due to this architectural inheritance.

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A City Full of Bauhaus Wonder; Debra Kamin; NY Times

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EPIC Group Travel Writers: Israel – Acre and Caesarea; My Edmonds News

I met a traveler from an antique land. To be honest, I didn’t actually meet anyone in person but through the 1912 edition of Baedeker’s […]

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Bauhaus Is 100, Whatever That Means; Thomas O’Dwyer; 3 Quarks Daily

On April 1, one hundred years ago, Walter Gropius established the Bauhaus school of design in Weimar, central Germany. It lasted a mere 14 years — exactly the same time as the Weimar Republic. In 1933, the Nazis destroyed both. Short life or not, Bauhaus opened up a modern way of thinking about…

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