🇮🇱 Nof HaGalil (נוֹף הַגָּלִיל) is a city in the Northern District of Israel with a population of 41,734. Founded in 1957 as Nazareth Illit, it was planned as a Jewish town overlooking the Arab city of Nazareth and the Jezreel Valley. Today, 29% of the city's population is Arab. Its name was changed in 2019 to "Nof HaGalil" following a plebiscite in which 80% of voters, although with low turnout, approved the change.
Nazareth Illit has a population of over 41,734 people. For the location of Nazareth Illit see: Nof HaGalil.