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Brutalism 1963
2.19km
Soldier’s House (Beit Hachyal)
Brutalism
35.08km
Immigrants Hostel (today The Alfred & Irma Morgenthau Absorption Center)
Brutalism 1967
56.65km
8 Tower
Atlas Obscura 2019
14.65km
El-Jazzar Mosque

Discover El-Jazzar Mosque in Acre, Israel: A stunning mosque owes its design to an Ottoman ruler nicknamed "the Butcher.".

World Heritage Site 2008
0.76km
Bahá’i Holy Places in Haifa and the Western Galilee

The Bahá’i Holy Places in Haifa and Western Galilee are inscribed for their profound spiritual meaning and the testimony they bear to the strong tradition of pilgrimage in the Bahá’i faith. The property includes the two most ho…

Brutalism
7.58km
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (today Danciger Laboratories), Technion
Atlas Obscura 2021
32.61km
Hadrianic Aqueduct of Caesarea

Discover Hadrianic Aqueduct of Caesarea in Beit Hanania, Israel: Built by a king and rebuilt by an emperor, this aqueduct transported water for 1,200 years to this ancient Mediterranean hub.

World Heritage Site 2001
15.9km
Old City of Acre

Acre is a historic walled port-city with continuous settlement from the Phoenician period. The present city is characteristic of a fortified town dating from the Ottoman 18th and 19th centuries, with typical urban components such as the citadel, mosques…

Atlas Obscura 2018
20.09km
Beit She’arim Necropolis

The world's largest ancient Jewish cemetery.

Atlas Obscura 2019
42.46km
Mount Tabor

Discover Mount Tabor in Shibli, Israel: This dome-shaped mountain boasts amazing views and has a rich religious history.

World Heritage Site 1984
54.17km
Tyre

According to legend, purple dye was invented in Tyre. This great Phoenician city ruled the seas and founded prosperous colonies such as Cadiz and Carthage, but its historical role declined at the end of the Crusades. There are important archaeological r…

Atlas Obscura 2020
13.46km
Nisco Museum

Discover Nisco Museum in Ein Hod, Israel: It took a lifetime to collect these mechanical musical wonders.

Atlas Obscura 2020
15.13km
Or Torah Synagogue

Discover Or Torah Synagogue in Acre, Israel: This synagogue is covered in beautiful mosaics that explore the history of the Jewish people.

Atlas Obscura 2020
34.43km
Monfort Fortress

Discover Monfort Fortress in Eilon, Israel: A secluded fortress from the days of the Crusades that offers breathtaking views.

World Heritage Site 2005
32.1km
Biblical Tels – Megiddo, Hazor, Beer Sheba

Tels (prehistoric settlement mounds), are characteristic of the flatter lands of the eastern Mediterranean, particularly Lebanon, Syria, Israel and eastern Turkey. Of more than 200 tels in Israel, Megiddo, Hazor and Beer Sheba are representative of thos…

World Heritage Site 2015
19.99km
Necropolis of Bet She’arim: A Landmark of Jewish Renewal

Consisting of a series of catacombs, the necropolis developed from the 2nd century AD as the primary Jewish burial place outside Jerusalem following the failure of the second Jewish revolt against Roman rule. Located southeast of the city of Haifa, the…

Atlas Obscura 2018
36.5km
An Ancient Underground Mithraeum in Israel

The religious cult worshipped the god Mithras here in the 3rd century.

World Heritage Site 2012
17.03km
Sites of Human Evolution at Mount Carmel: The Nahal Me’arot / Wadi el-Mughara Caves

Situated on the western slopes of the Mount Carmel range, the site includes the caves of Tabun, Jamal, el-Wad and Skhul. Ninety years of archaeological research have revealed a cultural sequence of unparalleled duration, providing an archive of early hu…