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The Roll Pics: The North and Tel Aviv

Select stops from our last days on Birthright

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GPS clues us in.

Jungle fever during the day's requisite hike near Tzfat.

Musical session overlooking Tzfat.

Observing the production line at a stop at the Golan Heights winery.

Wine tasting during a heatwave hit the spot for most.

Overlooking Lebanon.

Rafting near the Jordan River with Israeli soldiers.

Trip photography buff Ross Tiffen snaps a bidding farewell to IDF.

 

Yosef Caro street in Tzfat is the canvas on which local artists paint and hustle their wares.

Participant Sam Gogan had a clear theme in his Birthright chronicles.

 

Independence Hall in Tel Aviv, where the state of Israel was founded.

Our new swag.

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The Roll Pics: The North and Tel Aviv

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