September 5th, 2013
Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, begin this week, with Rosh Hashanah, aka the Jewish New Year.
For many Jewish families, it is a holiday of reflection and renewal, as well as a time to share a holiday meal with family and friends.
The Jewish year follows the lunar calendar, and the the number counts the number of years since Creation . This year we will mark the beginning of 5774.
The traditional Rosh Hashanah greeting means wishing you "a good and sweet year".
On the second night of Rosh Hashana it is traditional to eat a fruit from the new season. The most popular fruit is the pomegranate, both for the beauty of its shape, but also because it is one of the seven species of produce native to the Land of Israel.
This week there was even a Shanah Tova greeting from the White House with President Obama’s Rosh Hashanah fantastic and positive greeting.
so Shana Tova to everyone celebrating, Wishing all of you that 5774 brings you much joy, peace and happiness.
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June 23rd, 2013
Timeout magazine Vol 555 - “best of 2013” first prize for facebook page.
Quote: You can say many things about Tel Aviv but beautiful city is not one of them. And then came Ron Shoshani and showed that with the right photography talent you can take cliches like clouds, sunsets, buildings and sea - to present Tel Aviv as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, as well as viral magnet for thousands of people who follow, share, and respond to generate the best public relations that this sooty city that can achieve.
December 28th, 2012
The ancient city of Jaffa is one of the oldest ports in the world where its history is spanning over 3000 years, and is mentioned in the bible as the city where the prophet Jonah departed from.
the sunset hour is always perfect to visit this piece of heaven and to watch the wonderful colors of the sea and the old city.
December 19th, 2012
Tel Aviv lighthouse in the port of Tel Aviv has been gone through renovations and is now more beautiful than ever.
The lighthouse which was initially built at 1934 had finished a major renovation and would be open to public tours early 2013 !