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Beautiful Israel

Haifa:


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Technology parks including Microsoft, Intel, Google, IBM, and more:





Tel Aviv:
Rated one of the top beach cities, top oceanfront cities, top party cities, top gay cities, Unesco creative city, Unesco heritage city, world's smartest city award, top innovative city, and more! Truly an amazing place!































Lots of construction:

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Nice to hear about projects here.
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Wow, I had no idea this city even existed.
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Small country but very large on science . Some of the best science in the world is coming out of Israel today such as Weizmann Institute and University of Haifa . Taking my Granddaughter there next year.
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Lots of construction:
Would love to see more info regarding these projects.
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^^ They've been harassed by housing shortage. It's been so bad that it put people in the streets, on protests cause real estate is so mad. The potential is big, no doubt.
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Wow, I had no idea this city even existed.
I had no idea it was at this magnitude.
Beautiful,clean, looks fairly orderly for such a cluster...
Impressive.
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Great shots, thanks for sharing!
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Jerusalem. The oldest city in the world




Southern resort city of Eilat




Tel Aviv-Jaffa
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nice photos, but jerusalem is not the oldest city in the world.
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fantastic! thanks
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nice photos, but jerusalem is not the oldest city in the world.
Well no, but it may be one of the oldest cities in the world that still functions as a major city. Jericho I know is older and may be in fact the oldest city in the world. But, like other ancient cities of the world that are still inhabited, Jericho today is a rather insignificant small town.
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Stunningly beautiful
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The area the now comprises Israel has changed so much . A few decades back it used to be almost a big desert. Now it is a bustling, vibrant nation with a developed economy. Beautiful cities and towns. The region is also historically very rich. But some of this modern buildings are pretty old fashioned. They should try out different, unique architectural styles as is being implemented in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. The cities will look even more beautiful .
By the way, is this a Synagogue? Forgive my ignorance.





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The area the now comprises Israel has changed so much . A few decades back it used to be almost a big desert. Now it is a bustling, vibrant nation with a developed economy. Beautiful cities and towns. The region is also historically very rich. But some of this modern buildings are pretty old fashioned. They should try out different, unique architectural styles as is being implemented in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. The cities will look even more beautiful .
By the way, is this a Synagogue? Forgive my ignorance.





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