Site Preservation Week: You are welcome to travel and visit heritage sites in Israel

For the week of site preservation starting this year on Thursday-Saturday, 12-21.5.2022, we have coordinated the public activity for this week, starting each year, at the end of spring and the beginning of summer

Israeli Shabbat Bigor, a British police building. Photo by Shosh Lahav

For the week of site preservation starting this year, Thursday-Saturday, 12-21.5.2022, we have coordinated the public activities for this week, starting each year, at the end of spring and the beginning of summer.

Heritage tours, place stories, seminars and research, events and ceremonies all over the country, these are part of an expression of the actions of the pioneers and pioneers, stories of leaders, builders, initiators, intellectuals and deeds, they build the special France of conservation, culture and heritage in the country. Many years.

Omri Shalmon, Director General of the Council for the Preservation of Heritage Sites in Israel: “We will be happy to see you at places and events, bring your acquaintances with you, thus strengthening the conservation and heritage movement in Israel.”

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