Harbor View of Tel Aviv from Roof Top of The Carlton Hotel
View of Tel Aviv from Roof Top of The Carlton Hotel
View of Tel Aviv Beach Looking Toward Jaffe from Roof Top of Carlton Hotel
Another View from Rooftop of Carlton Hotel
Sign Entering Levinsky Market Area in Southern Tel Aviv
Beginning of Levinsky Street
Store on Levinsky Street
A Look Down Levinsky Street
Levinsky Market is Best Place in Tel Aviv to Buy Spices, Dried Fruits and A Variety of Legume
Proud of His Fruits
Grabbing Lunch On The Job...
Another Look Down Levinsky Street
Typical Address Marker in Levinsky Market
Traffic Jam… Police Take Charge Quickly
View Inside Synagogue
Moving Rolls of Carpet from One Locatiion to Another
Bialik-Rogozin, the Israeli school featured in the Oscar award-winning documentary Strangers No More
The school is located in southern Tel Aviv only a short distance from the location where a military-grade rocket fired from Gaza recently fell in the southern suburbs of that city
The students are children of migrant workers, political refugees, immigrants and others from low socio-economic backgrounds The youth hail from 49 different countries and are mostly Christian, Muslim and Jewish Many of them start school for
Portugal is Not The Only Source of Cork
Where The Local Eat
"Working Man's Lunch" Among The Locals
Yiftach Landau, A Local Social Activist
Tel Be'er Sheva is an archeological site in southern Israel believed to be the remains of the biblical town of Beersheba
Mama, Baby Camel with What Appeared To Be A Duck…At Park Entrance
Background Beer Sheba, Hazor & Megiddo
In the 9th century BCE, the town was rebuilt and prospered. The inhabitants of the town were a heathen cult, as shown by the horned altar found on the spot; Jewish law prohibits building an altar of hewn stones. The prophet Amos mentions the town’s idolatry.
Looking Back Through Two Gates of Double Gated City
Houses, storehouses, and the governor’s palace have been found dating from around the 8th century BCE. Opposite the storehouses lie the remains of the Roman fort from the 2nd and 3rd centuries CE, which had smooth pavement.
Top of Water Storage System
The water system from the 8th century BCE is particularly noteworthy. In addition to the cisterns, wells and water carriers have been found. The well outside the city is 70 meters deep, the deepest found anywhere in the Negev.