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The Jewish Traveler: Zikhron Ya'akov
Esther Hecht
The harsh conditions met by the first settlers to Israel’s ‘Provence’ are almost forgotten on a stroll through the shops and cafés that now fill their red-roofed houses and courtyards. more...


The Jewish Traveler: Belgrade
Dan Fellner
Tourists to Serbia’s White City will encounter vibrant nightlife, a reemergent cultural scene and the unmistakable sense of walking through modern history. more...


The Jewish Traveler: Geneva
Esther Hecht
The Swiss canton, a hub of international organizations, banking and watchmaking, is home to a diverse Jewish community on the French border. more...


The Jewish Traveler: Jeremiah’s Neighbors
Barbara Goldstein
A Hadassah mission is not just about beautiful scenery, good food and great fun; at its core, it is about connecting with Israel and the marvelous works Hadassah has built there. more...


The Jewish Traveler: Trieste
Esther Hecht
Known as the Gateway to Zion for its role as a point of emigration to Palestine, this sophisticated, cultured city teems with literary significance and World War II-era history, and its Israelite Temple is one of Europe’s largest synagogues. more...


The Jewish Traveler: Phoenix
Esther Hecht
The desert of the American Southwest blooms with natural wonders, history, art—and Jewish Life. more...

The Jewish Traveler: Zikhron Ya'akov

The Jewish Traveler: Belgrade

The Jewish Traveler: Geneva

The Jewish Traveler: Jeremiah’s Neighbors

The Jewish Traveler: Trieste

The Jewish Traveler: Phoenix

 
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