Photo Gallery: JPost readers' Tu Bishvat photos

January 25, 2016 16:27

JPost reader Tu Bishvat photos. (photo credit: EITAN ASRAF)


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The JPost would like to thank our readers for sending in their Tu Bishvat photos.

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Two of the pictures in the gallery feature the white flowers of the almond tree, which symbolizes Tu Bishvat.

On Tu Bishvat, also known as "New Year of the Trees," Israelis plant trees, similar to the holiday of Arbor Day celebrated in other countries.

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