(ShalomLife) Israel – a land with a rich and fruitful history – is home to many archaeological sites. In fact, new sites continue to be discovered (just last week researchers from Tel Aviv University discovered a 60,000 ton monument in the depths of the Sea of Galilee).
As such, swarms of visitors arrive in the nation each year, often equipped with a sense of wonderment and a camera, to visit these rustic, antiquated locales, brimming with historical significance and purpose. Audiobooks, guidebooks, and other devices have helped enhance this experience for tourists and Israelis alike, providing them with a sharper, more detailed method of how these sites looked at the height of their historical relevance.
Now, fittingly in a country known as “Startup Nation,” a new app has been released that puts all other visionary and audio aids to shame.