Visit a special exhibition of sukkot (booths) in Neot Kedumim, a biblical nature reserve in Israel.
With the festival of Sukkot in full swing, you might be wondering about the actual sukkahs, the booth-like structures that the Jewish people eat, sleep, and spend much of the holiday in.
These booths are makeshift structures, usually from wood or canvas, with roofs made of schach – organic material grown from the earth such as bamboo shoots, branches, or palm fronds.
How easy are they to build and what’s it like to spend a week in some of the more unusual structures?
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