In America we call them “Roadside Attractions” – the enticing wonders that dot country highways. Advertising sensational things like 20 foot long alligator mummies or the world’s biggest dollhouse, these sights are usually good for a laugh, a rest stop, and an ice cream before heading back on the road. Mostly they are quirky, kitschy tourist stops, but occasionally you find a gem. I’ve come to realize that these places are not limited to the US. Here’s the story of one such incredible find in Israel, a figuratively and literally miraculous place.