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Lydia Aisenberg is a journalist, informal educator and special study tour guide. Born in 1946, Lydia is originally from South Wales, Britain and came to live in Israel in 1967 and has been a member of Kibbutz Mishmar HaEmek since. The mother of five and grandmother of twelve (so far) Lydia has been involved in shared citizenship projects of the...

Lydia Aisenberg is a journalist, informal educator and special study tour guide. Born in 1946, Lydia is originally from South Wales, Britain and came to live in Israel in 1967 and has been a member of Kibbutz Mishmar HaEmek since. The mother of five and grandmother of twelve (so far) Lydia has been involved in shared citizenship projects of the Givat Haviva Institutes International Department for the last 25 years, and involved in informal education projects since her first visit to Israel in 1965 and volunteering during the 1967 war.

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Kalia - the Lowest You Can Get Gallery

These heroic deeds of Bedouin soldiers are forever memorialized

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Monument Honors Fallen Bedouin Soldiers of Israel

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The Lost Village

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Hamat Tverya Brimmeth Over With Hot Springs

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Chelsea Physic Garden - Sowing Seeds of Discovery

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Hidden Castle Quietly Crumbles Between the Palms

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Dudi Shoval Graffiti

Keeping hat on proud motoring heritage

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The Brooklands Museum

Fielding valley history in wheat

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One Hundred Years Ingrained

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Carmel Memorial - Ten Years Since Disaster

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Orde Wingate – VJ Day Remembrance

The George Cross (Photo: Wiki Commons MoD/MOD)

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Heroines of The British Special Operations Executive

Grave of 15-year-old Yaacov Levy and other fallen fighters of 1948

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The Castel - National Heritage Site

The Amir mountain range overlooking the Israeli Arab city of Umm al-Fahm.

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Wake up Call

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Helicopter Tragedy Memorial

Erez Milshtein guiding visitors around the Tractor Collection in the Museum of Agricultural Mechanization in Israel at Moshav Ein Vered

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Israel Tractor Museum

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Scroll of Fire Off the Beaten Track

Just some of the 26,000 salt and pepper sets at the house in Hadera.

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The Hadera House that Shakes

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Heroine’s Memory Honored

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Kibbutz Building’s Tragic Past