Pre-Trip Research...


  • This Site might focus on: Talmudic Life; Donkey rides and carrier pigeons

Location of your site:


Kfar Kedem is in Nazareth.

Geographical Features (Include a Picture or Map):


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It is very rugged, looks like the olden times, is a recreation of an Old Galilean Village.

The Meaning of the Name of your Site:


The name is the same name that an olden village was named.

Historical Background/Significance:


Kfar Kedem is the re-creation of an ancient Galilean village that provides visitors with the opportunity to experience life in biblical Israel. Visitors can enjoy numerous hands on experiences such as becoming a shepherd, grinding flour, baking bread in an original taboun, plow the felds, making cheese, milking goats, and feasting within the shepard's tent.

Do other Cultures or Religions have connections to your site?:


There is not any connection with any religions here.

Connect a Talmudic/Biblical saying to your site:


"And when ye reap the harvest of your land, though shall not wholly reap the corners of thy field, neither shalt though gather the gleaning of thy harvest. And though shalt not glean thy vinyard; Though shalt leave them for the poor and the stranger." Leviticus 19:19
This whole land is like in olden times where the land was kept and crops were grown.

Share any Midrash, Fables, or other “stories” about the site:


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Now You're ready to create a multimedia presentation in Hebrew for class here in America.

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You're also responsible for a brief "Tour Guide" presentation in ENGLISH to be given at your site in Israel.

    • [Type your English "Tour Guide" script here]


After the Trip...


Picture From your Site.


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Reflections:


[Write a brief reflection on your visit to your site. Was your experience what you expected? Did you learn something new? What was it like experiencing this place in person...]