Ma’ale Adumim is an Israeli city, which is located in the desert at the western side of the Jordan River. The city's name means "Red rise." The first settlers gave such name to the stretch of road that was used as a military and trade route.
You can get to the city from Tel Aviv (where the Ben Gurion airport is located) by any transport, including taxis and buses. There are exciting attractions for everyone on the territory of this wonderful town. There are museums, ruins of a Byzantine church of Abba Martyrius, the remains of the Crusader and Moshe Castel Museum – the Museum of the famous Israeli artist of the 20th century.
The infrastructure of Ma’ale Adumim is sufficiently developed and rich, so you can find entertainment of all kinds. The most visited place is the observation point with a gorgeous city and countryside view. It shows the superb mosaic of the synagogues and Christian churches. We must say that the Russian-speaking community lives in one of the city areas.
In Ma’ale Adumim you will not be bored, and you will never forget this city.