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Opinion leaders share their view on Israel in picturesThroughout 2016, opinion leaders from all over the world visited Israel thanks to the Vibe Israel organization. They visited famous sites and shared their unique experiences on social media.
Vibe Israel, a non-profit organization that brings opinion leaders from all over the world to Israel, released a picture summary of the organization’s trips, highlighting the visitors’ experiences.
During the past year, 13.5 million social media posts portraying Israel in a positive light were uploaded by these opinion leaders who were impressed with the Dead Sea, Old City of Acre, Tel Aviv’s beaches and Jerusalem.
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Rachel Jones, a popular American blogger who lives in India, was especially impressed with Tel Aviv's street art and graffiti. This is why she decided to document it on Instagram, receiving thousands of likes.
Another blogger, Kevin Curry, who advocates a healthy lifestyle and fitness awareness, was impressed with Tel Aviv and also couldn't stop eating tasty Israeli chicken skewers. The picture he took received thousands of hungry likes. Curry finished the day with an incredible picture of the sunset from Tel Aviv's beach.
American blogger Sara Hopkins fell in love with the Dead Sea region. Like most of the tourists who come to the Dead Sea, she took a picture bathing in the mud.
Spanish blogger Paula Butragueno participated in the Jerusalem Marathon and recorded the final moments near the finish line. Another blogger even decided to rappel down from the Tower of David.
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