Yom Ha'atzmaut with the National Library of Israel


What did the first Independence Day celebrations in Jerusalem 1949 look like? How is the Arch of Titus in Rome connected to the establishment of the State of Israel What do Israel's official Yom Ha'atzmaut posters tell us? Where was Naftali Herz Imber's last manuscript of 'Hatikvah' written?

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Pictured: This is a poster designed as a board game by Israel’s national airline, El Al. The poster is vivid and colourful and is divided into 55 numbered squares. Each square is dedicated to a different location in Israel. Have some fun with this poster and ask your learners: what sites are featured? Which is your favorite square and why? They can even get inspired to make their own travel board game about Israel or their own local community.

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