Ben Gurion International Airport has served as the primary gateway to Israel since the 1930s.
The Knesset, Israel’s Parliament building, sits in the government district within Jerusalem’s New City.
Near the Jaffa gate The Tower of David houses David's Citadel and the Museum of the history of Jerusalem
A strategic hilltop near Jerusalem with a monastery and a memorial to fallen soldiers from the Israeli Armored Corps
A complex of a circular, triangular and square skyscrapers
Independence Hall offers a look into the events of May 14, 1948, the day on which the State of Israel was established.
Eilat Airport is a domestic airport and is centrally located in the city
The Weizmann Institute of Science is one of Israel’s leading scientific research institutions
The Tel Aviv Central Bus Station is located on Levinsky Street in the neighborhood of Neve Sha’anan. It also serves as a mall and gathering place for residents of South Tel Aviv
First founded in 1956, the Tel Aviv University is now the largest of Israel’s research universities
The Yad Eliyahu Stadium is the Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball team's home stadium and is used for the performances of Israeli and international stars
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