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- The old city of Safed has become an artist centre and a ste for Kabbalistic learning. We visited some of the craft shos and my wife pushased some jewellery. We did not delve into the kabbalistic side of the city.Written April 12, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- That is the translation of the name, A 5-6 generation of farmers that help turn the valley from wasteland to a lovely store on goods grown on the farm - Primarily from Dates and all their derivative. Taste the REAL Honey from the Land of Milk and Honey - The Silan, and see a movie about the family history intertwined into the history of pioneering and early settlement in the barren land.Written October 16, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- There are not enough artefacts and too much printed information. It was nice and cool inside, a good escape from the sunny heat.Written October 25, 2017This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Prior to visiting Northern Israel, stop by JNF Western Galilee Tourist Information Center or go on website. The center introduces to many small unique local businesses to visit from winery, private cooking experiences, restaurants, art galleries, food and beauty product factories in the Western Galilee region.Written November 16, 2019
- It was an interesting idea for this area of land to be handed over officially to Jordan when the peace treaty was signed between the two countries, but to be "leased" to Israel to allow those living there to continue doing so and working the land. That agreement was valid for 25 years, to be renewed thereafter. The 25 years is coming up next year, and King Abdullah of Jordan has regrettably succumbed to internal pressure and announced that the lease agreement will not be renewed. What a shame! Hopefully the decision can still be reversed... That said, this is an interesting place to visit, with a series of dams serving a hydroelectric power plant where the Jordan and Yarmuch rivers merge. Worth a visit -- especially while it's still allowable for Israelis (without crossing a border over into Jordan).Written November 27, 2018
- Above Beit She'an valley, and view to the beautiful north of Israel.
There is a nice short walk beside this wind turbines, and you can feel their power from above. Most recommended autumn to spring.Written April 2, 2021
- Sindyanna might be off the tourist route but its well worth diverting here, especially if you are interested in supporting an initiative that brings together Jewish and Arab producers and workers in a what is a much needed example of practical reconciliation. The visitors centre explains how the project works AND you can buy delicious fair trade olive oils, soaps, locally grown wine baskets snd other goods. Highly recommended.Written May 25, 2017
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