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Modern Cable Cars Among Ancient History?

in Economy & Innovation

By 2021, imagine being able to ride in a cable car over Jerusalem to reach the Western Wall, one of the most ancient and holy sites in the world. That’s exactly what the Jerusalem Development Authority (JDA) is hoping to get approval for so they can begin forging full steam ahead with the $57 million…

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How One Woman Changed a Village

in Tourism & Nature

When Neta Hanien was travelling around the world, she dreamed of one day owning a hostel along the shores of a beautiful beach. When her more rational mind stepped in and she returned to Israel, she went to law school and worked for 7 years in the Ministry of Justice. Amidst that time, she accompanied…

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Argentina Air route is taking off

in Tourism & Nature

Argentina and Israel are working together to create a new and direct pathway in the sky. The presidents of the two national airlines, El Al and Aerolineas Argentinas, met to finalize their agreement, meaning that flights between Buenos Aires and Tel Aviv can take off as soon as mid-September. The direct flight will be the…

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The Secret Power of this Online Community

in Life, Culture & Sports

What time is it? Someone chose to ask. Despite there being one answer in theory, the question garnered hundreds of responses in mere minutes. There’s only one place which can produce these kinds of results on a Facebook post, and it’s no longer a secret. Eight years ago, Secret Tel Aviv opened its virtual gates…

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Ben Gurion Airport lands in Top 10 Worldwide

in Tourism & Nature

Thanks to the annual World’s Best Awards travel survey conducted by Travel and Leisure magazine, the Ben Gurion International Airport in Israel is ranked number eight in the top ten list of best international airports. For its fifth consecutive year, the Singapore Changi Airport received the number one spot. Every year, the well-known New York…

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