Publish Date: 10/11/2018
This month, the city of Be'er-Sheva is commemorating the most exciting events in the history of the city - the liberation of Be'er-Sheva from the Turks, by the ANZAC forces. On October 31, 1917, the ANZAC cavalry stormed Be'er-Sheva and opened the way for the British army to enter the land of Israel. On October 21, 1948, the city of Be'er-Sheva was liberated for a second time, this time by the Palmach's Negev Brigade and since then, has become the capital of the Negev region.
The Old City and Tourism Administration and the ANZAC Memorial Centre would like to invite you for a fascinating historical tour with Dr. Zeev Zivan, Negev researcher and author of "Nevbolog: Stories from the Road." During the tour, participants will visit the ANZAC Memorial Centre and walk down the streets of the Old City, while listening to stories of the battles and heroes from the War of Independence, and, World War I, by Dr. Zivan.
The tour will take place on Friday, 9.11 at 9:00.
Departure and pickup - The Be'er-Sheva Turkish Railway Center (Katar 70414) in the Old City.
The tour costs 35 NIS
The tour lasts two and a half hours
It is recommended to arrive with comfortable walking shoes, a hat, and water.
The number of places is limited, registration for a tour in advance by phone at 08-620 5004, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or at http://bit.ly/2QxFKEM