Symbolism Behind Stained Glass Color in Churches
In Eastern Europe and many countries, including Israel and the United States, these brilliantly colored windows honor Biblical passages held in esteem by religious congregations and Christian leaders.
For that reason, “Poor Man’s Bible” is a popular phrase in modern days when discussing stained glass windows. During medieval times, the poor were mostly illiterate and could not afford Bibles. Therefore, the depiction of Biblical events in stained glass windows was a source for the illiterate to understand the events and lessons in the Bible.Read More
The Mount of Beatitudes has a strong significance in Christian and Jewish history; many of the faithful believe that it is the location where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount. Located in Tabgha, Israel, The Mount of Beatitudes is quite the tourist attraction on the northwestern shore of the Galilee.Read More
Israel is a Small but Outstanding CountryRead More
Anthony Bourdain in JerusalemSeason 2 of "Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown" premieres Sunday, September 15 at 9 p.m. ET with the host and crew making their first trip to Israel, the West Bank and Gaza.
Ah, Jerusalem! A New Musical (in English)
Presented by Bernie Kukoff & Danny PallerHistory of the Show...After living in Jerusalem for 25 years composer-lyricist Danny Paller imagined a new entertainment for English-speaking tourists – a musical-theater adventure set in Jerusalem. He felt there were too few cultural offerings geared to a tourist’s experience – especially for English-speakers – and that a musical would provide a refreshingly creative encounter with the city and its unique past. Enter Ah, Jerusalem a new musical.
Jewish culinary traditions often date back to Biblical times. Yet while Jews as a people have endured for over 3000 years, the modern state of Israel is relatively young.
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HISTORICAL SITES IN ISRAELRead More
CULINARY IN ISRAEL
Once upon a time, there was a baker and a chef. They wanted to open a Tel Aviv Cafe, but would it be a restaurant or a bakery? The chef wanted to make comfort food like hamburgers, eggs Benedict and Italian sandwiches. The baker wanted to bake breads and fluffy Brioche. Stirring in a few entrepreneurs from Israel's start-up food community allowed the baker and chef to set up a new concept cafe called "Bread Story" on a busy corner near Dizengoff Square. A very tasty beginning, middle and end.