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A densely-populated country on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea, Israel is the only state in the world with a majority Jewish population as its mentioned in Israel map. It has been locked in conflict with the Palestinians and its Arab neighbours over ownership of land considered holy by many Jews, Christians and Muslims since its creation in 1948.
Israel landscape features a populated coastal plain in the west, the sparsely inhabited Negev desert in the south, and the mountain ranges of the Galilee in the north, coastal Mount Carmel, and the basaltic plateau of the Golan. Situated in the Jordan Rift Valley is the Sea of Galilee, also known as the miraculous Lake of Gennesaret or Lake Tiberias, the world lowest freshwater lake (-212 m (696 ft)). The Lower Jordan River as you can see in Israel map connects the lake with the Dead Sea, the famous salt lake bordering Israel, the West Bank, and Jordan. The surface of the Dead Sea and its shores are 430.5 m (1,412 ft) below sea level, making it Earth lowest elevation on dry land.
Israel has a population of 9.15 million people (in 2020), spoken languages are Hebrew and Arabic. The largest and most populous city and designated capital of the country is Jerusalem. But Israel sovereignty over Jerusalem is internationally disputed. The country financial center is Tel Aviv as its shown in Israel map, which is also home to almost all foreign diplomatic missions and embassies in Israel.
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The State of Israel is the only Jewish nation in the modern period, and the region that now falls within its borders has a lengthy and rich history that dates from prebiblical times. The area was a part of the Roman Empire and, later, the Byzantine Empire before falling under the control of the fledgling Islamic caliphate in the 7th century CE as its mentioned in Israel on map. Although the object of dispute during the Crusades, the region, then generally known as Palestine, remained under the sway of successive Islamic dynasties until the collapse of the Ottoman Empire at the end of World War I, when it was placed under British mandate from the League of Nations.
Several factors influence the ecological balance in Israel, the small size of the country, a high population density due to immigration, and significant natural growth, which, together with a semi-arid climate, lead to a negative water balance. There is a lack of water in Israel as you can see in Israel on map, and therefore there is an overpumping, resulting in depletion of water resources, wells become salty, and the country water sources become polluted.
The State of Israel lies at the eastern edge of the Mediterranean Sea, within the region known as the Middle East as its mentioned in Israel on map. The state was established in 1948 as a homeland for the Jewish people. Israel has had to forge a nation from the diverse Jewish people who immigrated from all parts of the world, while trying to integrate a large Arab minority.
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Israel is located at the crossroads of three continents—Africa, Asia, and Europe—among diverse terrain and climatic conditions as its shown in the detailed map of Israel. For this reason, Israel plant life is among the world richest. Among the more than 2,800 species of plants are some adapted to alpine conditions and others to deserts. Most of the original forests of northern and central Israel—the famous “cedars of Lebanon”—were cut down over the past hundreds of years. Other trees have taken their place. They include oak and other trees that lose their leaves seasonally as well as pines and other evergreens. The hills are covered with maquis, a thick, scrubby underbrush of short trees and shrubs.
Israel has a wide range of cultural institutions. Museums and public libraries abound as you can see in the detailed map of Israel. The Israel Museum in Jerusalem houses the Dead Sea Scrolls and other antiquities, as well as fine art and ethnographic and religious objects. The National Library of Israel, associated with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is preeminent among the country libraries. The national theater, Habima, is one of several theater companies in Israel. It was originally founded in Moscow, Russia, in 1917. Israel has a thriving motion-picture industry and is a major publisher of books.
Israel has a high standard of education. There is free and compulsory schooling for pupils age 5 to 15 and free but not compulsory instruction for students age 16 to 17. Agricultural and technical training are emphasized. The state elementary and secondary school system as its mentioned in the detailed map of Israeloffers both secular and Jewish religious schools with classes taught in Hebrew, as well as separate schools with classes taught in Arabic.
Map of Northern Israel shows the North part of the country Israel. Northern Israel map will allow you to easily explore areas of the North of Israel in Asia. The map of Northern Israel is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Northern Israel is a land of immense natural beauty, historic and religious significance, and demographic diversity as you can see in the map of Northern Israel. From the Northern coastline with its historical treasures and beauties, to the Sea of Galilee, the lowest freshwater lake on earth, there is so much to explore. Haifa, Israel bustling third-largest city, is likened by some to San Francisco, while the rolling hills of the Galilee and Golan are dotted with outdoor pursuits and historic value. The North of Israel is a land of treasures not to be missed.
Northern Israel is a blend of spectacular landscapes, ancient history, ethnic diversity, thriving cities and enchanting towns. While Tel Aviv and Jerusalem may steal most of the attention, Israel northern regions deserve to be explored. Haifa as its shown in the map of Northern Israel is a mountainous port city with a beautiful stretch of Mediterranean coastline. Akko (Acre) is one of the jewels of Israel north. Situated on the Mediterranean coastline just 90 minutes by train from Tel Aviv, it is home to an ancient and enchanting Old City that attracts locals and tourists alike throughout the year.
Nazareth as its mentioned in the map of Northern Israel is Israel largest Arab city and is a significant one for Christians. It has numerous churches, the most famous of which is the Basilica of the Annunciation, a two-storey building built over Byzantine and Crusader remains that, upon its completion in 1969, became the largest Christian church in the Middle East. The Golan Heights is a large mountainous region of northern Israel (relatively speaking) that Israel captured in the 1967 Six-Day War and has kept ever since. It is characterized by its spectacular views and natural landscapes, superb hiking trails and outdoor adventures, and its plethora of wineries.
Map of Southern Israel shows the South part of the country Israel. Southern Israel map will allow you to easily explore areas of the South of Israel in Asia. The map of Southern Israel is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Southern Israel covers well over 50% of the country land area as its shown in the map of Southern Israel. The South might be sparsely populated, but it is brimming with adventures and fascinating sites and activities. The Dead Sea is the lowest place on Earth at -424 meters, whilst the Judean Desert that borders it is one of the world smallest. The much larger Negev Desert is an adventurer playground with amazing natural wonders and beauty, outdoor activities, and history, culture, and memories. Eilat, Israel window onto the Red Sea, is a tourism hub and a great base for excursions to Petra and Jordan.
Eilat, located at the southern tip of Israel, it a resort town bordering the Red Sea as its mentioned in the map of Southern Israel. The weather is warm year-around, and the waters are calm and clear, making it an excellent location for swimming, snorkeling, and diving. ‘Negev’ means ‘parched’ in Hebrew, which is a fitting description for the vast desert area covering the entire southern half of Israel. This remarkably expansive desert wilderness is characterized by endless brown, rocky, undulating mountains interrupted by craters, wadis, and Bedouin settlements.
In amongst all the attractions the southern Israel offers, the Negev natural resorts and parks stand out as some of the country most beautiful landscapes as its mentioned in the map of Southern Israel. Its dry and arid conditions make for some wonderful day&night adventures. There is a large array of accommodation options all throughout the Negev, ranging from traditional sleep-in Bedouin tents all the way to luxuries and fully equipped hotels, hostels and guest houses.