FI-P-352

Organization: Israel Ministry of Tourism
Product: Publication
Year: 1967

 


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Israel

Invitation for 1968

Next year 2,500,000 people drawn from over 70 countries will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their fulfilment of an ancient dream – the State of Israel.

The people of Israel cordially invite you to visit one of the most exciting countries in the world, to witness the achievements of the first 20 years and to enjoy the holiday of a lifetime in the sun, scenery and history of the land of the Bible.

The Israel Ministry of Tourism and El Al Israel Airlines will gladly provide you with material and information about how to get to Israel and the things you shouldn’t miss seeing when you get there. Please fill in your name and home address on the attached card and mail it to us at your convenience.

Israel Ministry of Tourism
EL AL Israel Airlines

The Israel Ministry of Tourism and El Al Israel Airlines will gladly provide you with material and information about how to get to Israel and the things you shouldn’t miss seeing when you get there. Please fill in your name and home address on the attached card and mail it to us at your convenience.


Expo 67 official guide: Israel Pavilion

The Israel Pavilion tells the dramatic story of the dynamic rebirth of a nation which, after some 2,000 years of adversity, has regained its sovereignty and freedom in its homeland.

The two-level building is of novel design, with cubist walls and geometrically patterned roof, surrounded by a landscaped Biblical garden.

It is situated on Ill Notre-Dame, adjoining the station of the Expo-Express (C-430).

A ramp leads from the entrance hall to the upper level display area. A 250 seat auditorium for the screening of Israeli films as well as for song and dance performances is situated on the lower level. Adjoining the auditorium is a restaurant serving Kosher meals.

The entrance hall introduces visitors to Ancient Israel. A complete Dead Sea Scroll dominates the exhibits of archeological treasures.

The lofty central hall is devoted to the challenges and achievements of Israel.

Areas are also devoted to the cultural revolution and the dramatic revival of Biblical Hebrew as a spoken language, the heritage of youth-rich tradition blending with scientific and technological advance-and Israel’s technical aid to developing countries.

Examples of Israeli products and arts and crafts are also displayed.


Source

The physical version of this product is part of the federal identity archive.

Official guide copyright: Canadian Corporation for the 1967 World Exhibition.