7 sites to visit in Israel this winter

There are so many unique sites, places and experiences that this place can offer visitors and so many diverse regions, all in such a tiny geographic area.

By MEITAL SHARABI
February 2, 2017 16:08
Odem forest

Odem forest, at the top of the Golan Heights, is green after heavy winter rains. (photo credit: HADAR YAHAV)

 
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