Bible Lands celebrates 17 years

The public is invited to participate in the museum's archeological tours of Jerusalem and visits to Nabatean sites in the Negev.

May 10, 2009 10:34


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The Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem is marking its 17th anniversary this week with a series of events, culminating in a gala dinner on May 14. The public is invited to participate in the museum's archeological tours of Jerusalem, visits to Nabatean sites in the Negev, a northern exploration of Tel Dor and a trip to Tel Beit Shemesh. The series will finish with a visit to Ramat Rahel to learn about the new theories at the site. The tours will be held May 10-15.

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