I moved with my family to Israel in August, 2004. In my spare time, I have tried to conquer Israel and I have seen the good, the bad and the ridiculous. I often am asked for tips about Israeli restaurants, movies, shows and cultural events. Please join me on my adventures!
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The newly opened Ariel Sharon Park was constructed on the Hiriya landfill which was in use from 1952 through 1999. The park was built using recycled materials and is slowly expanding to become the largest park in the Middle East. Guides provide interesting explanations regarding the history of the park, as well as the overall problems with the production of waste in the world. It is a lovely place to walk, picnic or just spend a nice afternoon. Currently, the park is hosting the Trash People exhibit - a travelling exhibit consisting of life size figures made entirely out of recycled materials. Even if you don't make it to the exhibit, the park is a worthwhile destination. Ariel Sharon Park - www.parksharon.co.il Trash People Exhibit - www.hadran.co.il NOTE: Cars are left in the parking lot and buses transport visitors to the site