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The Dead Sea Scrolls of Qumran

Photo: Alexander Schick © www.bibelausstellung.de

In cave near the 2,000 year-old ruins of Qumran, the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered by a young Bedouin shepherd in 1947 and excavated by archaeologists in 1949 triggering the beginning ...

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Mount Tzfachot

Mt Tzfachot Circular Trail Climb Har Tzfachot on the southern tip of the Eilat Mountain range in the The Eilat Mountains Nature Reserve. This almost circular 4km hike culminates in superb ...

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Davidson Center

Davidson Center

The newly constructed Ethan and Marla Davidson Exhibition and Virtual Reconstruction Center is situated at the entrance to the Jerusalem Archaeological Park, one of the largest, most significant archaeological sites ...

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Ayalon Canada Park

http://www.kkl-jnf.org/tourism-and-recreation/forests-and-parks/ayalon-canada-park.aspx

Ayalon Canada Park is named after the Ayalon Valley that lies at its feet, and in recognition of the contribution for its development from friends of JNF Canada.  A national ...

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Eilat Off-side

https://www.tripadvisor.co.nz/LocationPhotoDirectLink-g293980-d305603-i29053194-Dan_Eilat-Eilat_Southern_District.html

This city is multi-dimential. You can chose you favorite flavour and venue from among beaches, nightlife, underwater,snorkeling, diving, a cruise in the Red Sea, swimming, glass bottomed boats and dolphins . ...

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Neot Kedumim

Neot Kedumim, the Biblical Landscape Reserve in Israel, is located halfway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv near Ben-Gurion International Airport. It a convenient stop on arrival or just before departure from ...

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Gush Etzion Tourism

Gush Etzion Tourism

Many tourists never get to see the Jewish communities in Samaria and Judaea. How much else can you fit into a first-trip-to-Israel itinerary after Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Eilat? Little do ...

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Yerucham

http://www.blacklabor.org/?p=54753

Yerucham City Yerucham, established in 1951 as Kfar Yeruham, is one of the first frontier development towns in Israel. It is named after the Biblical city by the same name. Nearby ...

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Visit Palestine, Feel Like a Local

http://www.sostinternational.com/index.php/in-the-spotlight-siraj-center-palestine/2/

  Living with a local Palestinian family, learning Arabic, volunteering for community work sound like an interesting idea, but Palestine isn’t Switzerland. Palestinian terror and security are a real problem. ...

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