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Neot Hakikar and Ein Plutit*

Neot Hakikar - Photo: Chaver83

Looking for a refreshing place to stop on your way to Eilat? You can easily reach Ein Plutit salt water spring, near Neot Hakikar, from Masada, Arad, Dimona or Beer ...

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Kibbutz Kalia on the Dead Sea*

Mountain ridge

Kibbutz Kalia When was Kibbutz Kalia founded? Kalia is an Israeli settlement established in 1929 on the Lido Beach on the northern shore of the Dead Sea, 360 meters below sea ...

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Jonah’s Hill*

Photo: biblewalks.com

Givat Yonah – Jonah’s Hill Jonah’s Hill is situated on the on the holy Muslim site of Nebbi Yunes. The hill is in the northwest corner of Ashdod. The north ...

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Nahal Taninim Dam

Park Alona - Photo: dannythedigger

The Ancient Aqueducts to Caesaria The Roman, Byzantine and Crusader inhabitants of the region built a series of aqueducts to channel water to Caesarea. A High Aqueduct from sources further ...

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Tel Aviv-Yafo Beaches

The City of Tel Aviv-Yafo Beaches boast 14 kilometers of the best beaches in the world with wide stretches of clean sand and stunning views of the sea and surfers. All ...

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Mount Sodom, Dead Sea

Mount Sodom The mountains of Sodom are located on the south-west side of the Dead Sea, along Road #90, between the Dead Sea Works plant 11KM and  Nachal Zohar to the ...

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Paran Monastery

Paran Monastery and Nahal Prat Nature Reserve

Paran The Desert of Paran or Wilderness of Paran (also sometimes spelled Pharan or Faran; מדבר פארן) is in the Sinai Peninsula 35 miles from Mount Sinai. The Paran Monatery in the ...

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