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  • Dubai MuseumDubai travel tips
    This Museum is located inside the Al Fahid Fort and is one of the best places to experience some of the truly original Arabic artwork and more. The museum documents the life and history of Dubai and the entire Arabic peninsula [...]
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  • The Wailing WallJerusalem travel tips
    The Wailing Wall or Western Wall is a world famous site of Jerusalem. This is the last remaining wall of Herod's Temple destroyed by the Romans. There is separate section for men and women at the wall, so be careful which part you go to. [...]
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  • Recommendation for accommodation in Tel AvivTel Aviv travel tips
    Hi I travel to Tel Aviv several times a year and I have found that renting an apartment for short term is much cheaper than renting a hotel room. It is also more convenient it lets you feel a part of the city opposed to feeling like a [...]
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  • The Ancient CityPetra travel tips
    Petra is now one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. It is a fabulous place from the Eastern tales, simply breathtaking. The old city was discovered by the modern world only in 1812. It was built by the Nabateans around 100 BC with the [...]
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  • 12 things not to do in DubaiDuba travel tips
    Dubai is a fun and frivolous playground on the Persian Gulf, but don’t consider it the Vegas of the Middle East. While this eclectic city is one of the most permissive, relaxed, cosmopolitan destinations in the region, you do have to [...]
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  • Man or mrRiyadh travel tips
    No thing important i like go best place [...]
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  • Ski DubaiDubai travel tips
    Ski Dubai is located inside Mall of the Emirates. When I was there I was just amazed about how they had managed to build this thing inside a mall, wow. And guess what, people actually use it. Anyhow, if you ever want to go skiing in the [...]
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  • Jumeirah BeachDubai travel tips
    Jumeirah Beach is an amazingly beautiful beach on the outskirts of Dubai. You should go there and then also visit the Burj al Arab which is quite close. [...]
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  • Burj Al ArabDubai travel tips
    The Burj Al Arab is supposed to be the most expensive hotel in the world. When I went there I told the guard that I was in Dubai for a travel conference and that we were supposed to get a tour for free. He made some phone calls and I was [...]
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  • Visiting the Holy LandJerusalem travel tips
    Book your tour with Twins Tours to the HolyLand! [...]
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Tel Aviv History

The 19th century brought good tidings once again. The city showed signs of prosperity towards the 1850s as the Jaffa port became both a trade-hub (trading in silk and oranges) and a gateway for overseas pilgrims journeying to Jerusalem. The economic prosperity attracted new settlers and the population was once again on the rise. Most among these new arrivals, rather immigrants were Jews, who entered the region as part of a wave of the First Zionist Aliyah (in the 1880s). As more and more Jews migrated to the Jaffa part of Palestine, a number of Jewish neighborhoods came up – Kerem HaTeimanim (1881), Neve Tzedeq (1886), Neve Shalom [...]
 
 
 

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