City Notes: Chocolate lovers in for fantasy festival

From chocolate to "ancient" markets, Israel has much to offer in the week to come.

September 27, 2017 15:00
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Nabatean market at the Mamshit National Park.

Nabatean market at the Mamshit National Park.. (photo credit: MENO GRINSHPAN)


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For an extremely sweet time on Sukkot for the whole family, Nazareth Illit will be hosting its second chocolate festival. Opening with a performance by singer-songwriter Idan Amedi and followed by a video exhibit on the walls of the Nazareth Illit’s City Hall, the event has much more to offer than just chocolate.


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