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Jankel’s Shtetl is a small rural museum, located in Kfar Hasidim.The museum founder, Gadi Jacob, used to purchase for years many items that belonged to Eastern Europe and the shtetl Jews.
Tzippori National Park
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The Galilee’s capital during the first centuries and as Yosef Ben Matityahu wrote: "the grandeur of the whole Galilee". Come and walk in its streets and see the impressive mosaics and visit the underground water reservoir. You can order guidance in advance for payment in the guiding center.
Small Mizra Museum
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A memory project that also contains the motif of separation. A projects that requests to hold the past and reformat it in order to keep it and pass through it the message of all those who didn’t give up their desire of fulfill the vision of man and society Amendment. The visits in the museum are by appointment only.
The Valley Train Site
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The Valley Train site in Kfar Yehoshua is located in the historical structures of the station next to Kfar Yehoshua. The Emek train, which was a branch of the Hijazic train, was established in the year 1905 and connected Haifa and Tsemach and from there to Syria.
Alexander Zeid – Tours
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Taly Zeid, the granddaughter of Alexander guides a tour in Sheik Avreh" -the Zeid House following the Shomer Organization and the stories of the Bereshit people. The tour includes pictures of the family, rare recordings, stories and additional surprises. The duration of the tour is 3 hours.
The Large Yard at Merhavia
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A range of stories relate to the location: the pioneer Jewish settlers in Emek Yizrael, Professor Oppenheimer’s cooperation vision (who Herzl spoke about in 1903: "This is the way in which the Israeli nation will liberate its country"), the story of the German squadron & more...
Nahalal Police Historic Site
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The Nahalal Police was established in 1936, and during the 40’s was a central point for assisting the security alignment and the intelligence of the settlement. In the War of Independence it was used as a detention point for prisoners, and after the war it was returned to its original role.
Bet Shearim National Park
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The central cemetery of the Jewish World in the first centuries was discovered accidently in 1936 by Alexander Zeid that lived in the place in order to watch over the JNF’s lands. 100 burial caves were discovered here including Rabbi Yehuda Hanasi’s cave, remnants of a town, water reservoir, bath house, oil press and a synagogue.
The Museum for the Settelement’s Beginning
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The museum presents, documents and tells the story of the pioneer settlers in Emek Yizrael. The museum is divided into different parts including: the Aliya, pioneer, Jewish National Fund, traditional agriculture, field work, Moshav, Kibbutz, craft workers, and so on.
The Palmah Cave
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The Palmah cave in Mishmar Haemek was used as a training place of the special units of the Palmah. Today the place offers a wide range of activities for the entire family including singing nights and heroic stories around the bonfire.