Wednesday , 17 January 2018
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Dead Sea Revisited *

Mount Sodom, Israel, showing the so-called "Lot's Wife" pillar.

Dead Sea Tourism The Dead Sea in Israel is a tourist attraction for people from all over the world because it is a natural health spa – only an hour’s drive ...

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Rujm el Hiri Revisited *

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Take a look at Rujm el Hiri stone circle in Israel’s Golan Heights (not far from my daughter’s home in Yonatan) near the Sea of Galilee. This place is an ...

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Yad Vashem *

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Tell me about Yad Vashem Yad Vashem, Israel’s largest Holocaust memorial, is set on the western slope of Mount Herzl on the Mount of Remembrance on the edge of Jerusalem, adjoining ...

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Dead Sea Works   מפעלי ים המלח

  Dead Sea Works DSW is based on the know-how of Moshe Novomeysky and the Palestine Potash Company concession established in 1930. In 1951, the company was nationalized by the Israeli ...

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Chain of Generations Center

Sharsheret Hadorot Fifty five exciting minutes of an unforgettable experience – a special journey following the secret of the Jewish people’s existence; with special effects and an amazing view of ...

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Herodion / Herodium

Herod the Great Herodium (Herodion), located south of Jerusalem and east of Bethlehem, on the highest hill in the Judaean Desert (759M above sea level) was built by King Herod ...

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Mitzpe Revivim


Three Lookouts The Three Lookouts (Shloshet HaMitzpim) – Revivim, Gvulot, and Beit Eshel  – were three Jewish settlements built in the Negev desert in 1943 ostensibly to conduct geological and hydrological surveys, ...

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Mitzpe Ramon Visitor Center

Ilan Ramon Museum

The Visitor Center Opened in 2013, the new Mitzpe Ramon Visitor Center, is set on the 300 m high northern cliffs of the Ramon Crater (Makhtesh Ramon). This new center ...

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