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[ Logo: ORT High School -- Kiryat Motzkin, Israel ]1996 Poland/Israel Study
Mission -- Itinerary

The Holocaust/Genocide Project is pleased to provide the itinerary for the 1996 Poland/Israel Study Mission. The trip, as with the trips in previous years, was presented by the ORT High School in Kiryat Motzkin, Israel. Each year, participants praise the combination and the hospitality provided by the Israeli hosts.

The 1996 Poland/Israel study mission was a great success. Early in 1997, we will provide detailed travel information for the 1997 Poland/Israel study mission.


Wednesday, March 20

Thursday, March 21

Friday, March 22

Saturday, March 23

Sunday, March 24

Monday, March 25
Tuesday, March 26


Wednesday, March 27

Thursday, March 28

Friday, March 29

Saturday, March 30


Sunday, March 31

Monday, April 1

Tuesday, April 2

Wednesday, April 3

Thursday, April 4

Friday, April 5

Saturday, April 6



In Europe: Participants stay in four- or five-star hotels, or the equivalent. (Names of hotels are provided well in advance of each annual trip, along with addresses and phone numbers.) Meals: Breakfast and dinner are always included. Lunch is either packed or bought en route.

In Israel: With host family in Kiryat Motzkin or modest accommodations.


Flights: Rates vary, depending on the place of origin.

Other Expenses: For the European portion of the trip, the cost for 1996 was approximately US$60.00 per day, except tips and purchased lunches. The approximate cost for the portion of the trip spent in Israel was US$150.

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Visas: Please inquire in your country of origin to determine whether or not you need a visa to Poland or the Czech Republic.

Travel Grants: Travel grants are available to teachers, as well as limited grants for exceptional students.

Other Questions: Please direct all inquiries to iEARN.

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