Jerusalem is the capital of the state of Israel. The city was founded 3000 years ago by King David as the capital of the Jewish state. Consecrated by ancient historical events and holy places, it is worshiped by Jews, Christians and Muslims from all over the world. You can click here for more information about the day trips from Jerusalem through

Jerusalem is a modern city and the largest city of Israel.

This is a city where the first century touches the shoulder with the twenty-first century, each jostling for legitimacy and space, and where the beautiful "old" environment rests on sparkling office towers and high-rise apartments. But Jerusalem is more than just the number of its landmarks, old and new.

This is a city of people, as diverse as the four corners of the world from which they came. For Jews, Jerusalem has always been the "Holy City", and has been respected by Christians and Muslims for centuries. No wonder Jerusalem has a tremendous impact, both locally and internationally

Jerusalem Museum:

Bloomfield Science Museum

This Jerusalem Museum teaches children why buildings don't collapse, how to freeze movement and more. The museum is reportedly good, although the website is not very large.

Located in Jerusalem, this museum is a source of information and inspiration for research and study activities in the field of taxation. The website provides a brief introduction.

Italian Jewish Art Museum the Italian Jewish Art Museum U. Nahon was founded in 1981. The museum was founded to collect, preserve and present objects related to Jewish life in Italy. This museum is located in the center of Jerusalem; the website is just a brief introduction.