Doing the Templer run in the Galilee
They came to Israel in 1868 to establish a model society and hasten the coming of the Messiah, and left a lasting legacy of beautiful stone houses. A tour of Galilee’s Templer homes.
Koby Fleishman lives in Bethlehem of Galilee, in a house built in 1922. The big stone house with blue wooden shutters sits in the center of a greenery-filled yard in the village, some 10 kilometers northwest of Nazareth. The mulberry tree was planted in 1928, says Fleishman.
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