The tribal route

A wealth of history can be found on Yehuda, Reuven and Asher streets.

October 13, 2014 19:31
Park Hamesila

Park Hamesila follows a 5-km. stretch along the railway tracks.. (photo credit: SHMUEL BAR-AM)


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