Example of new signage courtesy of JNF.
Example of new educational signage courtesy of JNF.
JNF has funded signage, study areas, cement walkways and other improvements to make Yodfat accessible to all visitors.
Yodfat was first settled in the 3rd century BCE. Before the Great Revolt there were about 1,500 residents who were farmers and craftsmen.
A squill or hatzavim, the white flower that heralds the autumn
Squill were growing abundantly all over Yodfat.
Bulb of the squill is only half submerged and acts as a water sensor for the flower.
Another example of educational signage paid for by JNF.
The visual image is representative of the 60,000 troops under the command of Vespasian and his son Titus.
The double city walls of Yodfat. Yodfat was first settled in the 3rd century BCE. Before the Great Revolt there were about 1,500 residents who were farmers and craftsmen.
One of the many caves.
Looking from sign to what is suppose to represent the Roman legions at the base of Yodfat
Drawing of the houses of Yodfat.
Reproduction of a battering ram. Yodfat was one of 19 Galilean communities fortified by Josephus Flavious and served as his western sector command post
View of the Galilee valley on the way to Bet Jan.
Monument dedicated to the Druze of Beit Jan who have lost their lives in military clashes.
Typical patio for the homes in the Upper Galilee. (At Ayan Natural store and factory in Beit Jan).
View of Beit Jan on Mt. Meron.
Front of Bay Club Hotel at night. (Haifa)
Part of B'hai Garden from Herzel St. at night.