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Heritage Sites in The Tel Aviv Area
A new exhibit in Atlit - C-46 Commando Airplane
B'Yachad: the Newsletter of JNF
The book "Neither Village Nor City"
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  • Minorities District
    Minorities District
    Founded in 2008, it includes all settlements of the minorities sector across the country, which mount many preservation challenges
  • Southern District
    Southern District
    Our largest district, which stretches across the entire Negev, from Ashdod, Kfar Menachem and Kibbutz Beit Guvrin unto Eilat
  • Shfela District
    Shfela District
    Stretches from the southern slopes of Haifa unto the Tulkarm-Netanya-Beit Lid road
  • Haifa District
    Haifa District
    Includes Haifa, The Krayot, Acre, Nahariya, Shlomi, Ma'alot-Tarshiha, Shfar'am and the Regional Councils of Zevulun, Mateh Asher and Ma'ale Yosef
  • Northern District
    Northern District
    Includes a variety of ancient cities, First Aliyah Settlements, Ottoman and British construction, historical transport districts and more
  • Tel Aviv District
    Tel Aviv District
    Within our activity we have been able to save historical sites and structures, and to promote plans for preservation districts
  • Central District
    Central District
    Characterized by multiple Heritage Sites, most notably the First Aliyah Settlements. Our challenges arise especially from Real estate pressures
  • Jerusalem District
    Jerusalem District
    Jerusalem was the pioneer city in Israel regarding preservation. Today there is a mighty struggle upon the nature of the city and its heritage against interested parties
"Atarim" newspaper
"Atarim" newspaper
Read the news and updates from The Society for Preservation of Israel Heritage Sites (in hebrew). Issue 53, December 2013
The Valley Train site
The Valley Train site
Kfar Yehoshua was one of the first stations of the famous Hejaz railway. Serves as a beautiful and detailed visitor center
Education
Education
Our department of education centers a state-wide array of educational and experiential activities in 130 heritage sites
The Council for Conservation of Heritage Sites in Israel -  Founded by the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel. Mikveh Yisrael Agricultural School 5891000
Phone number: 03-5059197. Email: shimur@shimur.org.il
Site of the week
Flag Route in Ness Ziona
Free Switzerland – that’s how the Moshava (small town) of Ness Ziona was called when it was founded in 1882. It was here that the leaders of the Jewish settlers met to dream and draw plans for building the land. Today as well Ness Ziona is a unique pearl, dipped in green and maintaining its family character. A Founders' House museum operates in the town, under the guidance of the founders’ descendants, who offer a walk down the town’s “Flag Route”. The path is integrated with the story of Reuben Lehrer, who exchanged his estate in Odessa for the one “near” Jerusalem.It is a story of hardships and poverty, famine and diseases, but also of great love...
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