Photo Credit: courtesy, Josh Hasten
The Ari Fuld HY"D Lookout near Oz Ve'Gaon Nature Reserve in Gush Etzion makes the region's magnificent vista available to all.

The Gush Etzion Tourism Division has just completed the installation of four audio-guide stations at four different sites of interest in the Gush.

With the press of a button, visitors will be able to learn about the heritage and history of Gush Etzion.

This is one of the special audio guide stations in Gush Etzion. Press the button and learn about the heritage and history of the region.
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The audio-guides were installed at the Ari Fuld Lookout HY”D near the Oz V’egaon Nature Reserve, the ancient Mikveh on the Path of the Patriarchs, at “Khirbat Hillel” in Bat Ayin, and at the lookout in Tekoa Bet, facing Nachal Tekoa and the Judean Desert.

Audio-guides already exist in Gush Etzion at the Lone Oak, the Lamed Heh Outlook, and The Boys’ Promenade and Ezra Schwartz Lookout HY”D.

Gush Etzion Regional Council Head Shlomo Ne’eman praised the initiative.

“This is another significant step for the many tourists and visitors who can enjoy and learn about the history and heritage of Gush Etzion while visiting our sites,” Ne’eman said.

“I thank the Ministry of Tourism and Government Tourism Division. Thank you also to the audio-guide company for their professional work and dedication, and to Benjamin Tropper from the Gush Etzion Field School for his assistance in producing the content of the audio-guides.

“We will continue to develop tourism experiences for the general public,” Ne’eman promised.

Note: For further information about the initiative call, in Israel, Harel Davidovitch at 050-833-1640.

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Hana Levi Julian is a Middle East news analyst with a degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from Southern Connecticut State University. A past columnist with The Jewish Press and senior editor at Arutz 7, Ms. Julian has written for Babble.com, Chabad.org and other media outlets, in addition to her years working in broadcast journalism.