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Israeli Architecture Must Get Greener

in Health & Science/Monthly Report

Mitzpe Ramon, a small Israeli desert town in the middle of the spectacular Ramon crater is architecturally interesting. But while buildings, like luxury hotel Beresheet, just look like they’re well adapted to their surroundings (in truth, the “natural stone” is only decorated concrete), the “Landroom Observatory” is using building materials that fit well in the…

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Rothschild Boulevard gets bold luxury restoration

in Economy & Innovation

The beloved Rothschild Boulevard situated central in Tel Aviv, Israel is seeing an upgrade once more. The Awad House, built in 1926 by Joseph Berlin for the Awad Family from Yemen, was created to display their social and financial status, and will continue its legacy through the upcoming renovations. Less than a century later, the…

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Birthright Connects History, Hi Tech and Humanity

in Economy & Innovation

Wandering the streets in Tel Aviv are hundreds, if not thousands of tourists at any given time. These tourists are not just any tourists. They are groups of young Jews from across the world, most which have never been to Israel before, and have been chosen to join the ranks of Birthright. Birthright groups are…

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10 world records in one bridge

in Tourism & Nature

This footbridge is a superlative in every aspect: it breaks ten world records, being the highest and longest transparent glass bridge spanning China’s Zhangjianjie Grand Canyon. The bridge will be opened for the public later in July. This impressive piece of architecture was designed and built by Israeli architect Haim Dotan who told CNN: “The…

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