Rosh Pina

The reconstructed area of Rosh pina is designed as an open museum. There are a lot of galleries in the area and it is a lovely place to wander around. It is possible to purchase a map of the area that highlights the main attractions in the area in the Professor Mar House where the administration of the site sits.

One can learn about the history of Rosh Pina in light and sound show that is suitable for families. The show takes place at fixed hours or can be ordered especially in advance. One can also order a guide of “HaMidrasha,” a place that explores the history of the settlement of the Galilee.

The site includes seventeen sites of interest that are all close to each other. A few of those that stand out are as follows:

Beit HaPkidot- a six-hundred meter building built by representatives of Baron Rothschild in order to house agricultural advisors.

Beit HaMoreh- Also known as Beit Wilkomitz, after the teacher Rav Haim Wilkomitz who set up the revolutionary Hebrew-language school timetable in Rosh Pina

Alter Shwartz Hotel- the first hotel in the settlement that was used by famous figures such as Rav Kook and Yosef Trumpeldor.

The Synagogue- the first public building set up by the Baron in the settlement. Renovations were done recently that maintained the special character of the place.

The beautiful town is worth a visit and the attractions around it take one back in time to the beginnings of Rosh Pina. Along the reconstructed streets and alleys are charming restaurants, pubs, cafes and artists galleries.




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Charlotte Noris

Hello reader. My name is Charlotte Noris and I am sure that you will definitely enjoy my blog. Do you know why? All because on the pages you will see bright and colorful photos, as well as useful information. My husband and I are freelancers, so we can travel at any time of the year. For myself, I most often plan tours in advance, but it also happens that the trip turns out to be spontaneous when I see an interesting place and a nice price. At the age of 35, I have visited more than 30 countries and do not plan to stop there. I want to visit all continents and the most secret corners of our planet.

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