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Articles of the week

Tel Aviv’s newly revamped Museum of the Jewish People attempts the ambitious undertaking of bringing almost 3,000 years of Jewish history and tradition under a single roof. The museum — formerly known as Beit Hatfutsot and newly branded as ANU, Hebrew for “We” — reopened to visitors this week after more than a decade of renovations costing $100 million. Its exhibition space has tripled, making it the largest Jewish museum in the world, officials say. Its old galleries with dioramas and models from when it first opened in 1978 have given way to cutting-edge exhibits with interactive touchscreens and original artwork.
Israel Pursuit 2001 connects your students with others from around the world, educates them about Israel’s history and culture and actively engages them in a competition for exciting prizes.
Makom is excited to share with you their New Israeli Playlist – a curated collection of contemporary Israeli music. Through our playlist, you’ll be able to see and explore Israel through new eyes – the eyes of some of Israel’s finest artists.