Christmas season is here and the holiday spirit is felt around the country, mainly thanks to the countless brilliant evergreens decorating our streets, churches, restaurants and balconies.
The German Colony neighborhood in Haifa is all decorated in colorful lights and opposite to city's church towers a rather impressive Christmas tree alongside a Hanukkah menorah adorned with a Star of David and a Minaret - a kind of spire and a prominent architectural feature of a Muslim mosque.
Haifa's Wadi Nisnas has a particularly glamorous and festive look at this time of year as well thanks to its many cafes and bakeries operating in it.
The capital, Jerusalem, also sports this combination of a menorah and a yule tree. A beautiful Hanukkah menorah shines at the historical Tower of David and not far from it sprouts an ornate fir tree glaring with a variety of shades and colors.
There are also other impressive trees in Jaffa and Nazareth, home to the Middle East's biggest Christmas tree, as well as in the Arab villages in the northern region - which are decorated for the holiday with lots of shiny lights, colorful lamps, Santa dolls of various sizes and a particularly fun and joyful atmosphere.
In honor of Chrismas, Tel Aviv-Jaffa municipality and the Orthodox Scouts of Jaffa placed a colossal 15-meter high tree in Jaffa's main square near the Jaffa Clock Tower
The enormous tree will be lit with colorful lights every day from early evening hours and throughout the night until January 21.
The capital celebrates the most beautiful holiday of the year according to the European tradition. The Old City and the streets of the Christian Quarter are decorated for the holiday with brightly lit fir trees, statues and huge Santa dolls.
Tour the churches and monasteries scattered all over the Old City to truly enjoy all this beauty and festiveness.
Every year, during the Christmas season, Haifa combines its Christmas and Hanukkah celebrations in a festival of beautiful lights.
At the entrance to the German Colony neighborhood, a beautiful Christmas tree stands at a height of 12 meters and is lit by a variety of colorful lights.
The tree is a very popular location for taking pictures.
The Galilee city boasts a host of colorful Christmas decorations, as well as the largest and brightest Christmas tree in the Middle East. The tree arouses great curiosity among visitors from all over the country, who flock to take pictures with it.
The city's Ramada Hotel put a beautifully decorated fir tree in the lobby.
Other fir trees can also be found in Arab villages in the north, including Kafr Yasif, Mi'iliya and more.