We'll take you to a country that is a great blend of old and new in this article. It is one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world, yet it retains its past and relics of ancient civilization can still be seen. One of their sources of pride is the enormous number of inventions and innovations that have taken root on its soil over 63 years — despite challenges of geography, size and diplomacy. The ever-churning Israeli mind has brought us drip irrigation, the cherry tomato, USB, the electric car grid, Viber, Babysense and much more.
Did I say Israeli? Yes. Today, we are talking about Israel, the Middle East country, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Egypt and Lebanon with the population of almost 9 million people.
When we talk about modern Israel and everything that this country offers thanks to its economic and technological development, many well-known foreign companies have found their new home on Israeli soil by looking at it as the new Silicon Valley. For that reason, Israel is very attractive to people whose lifestyle is "work and travel" – aka digital nomads.
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