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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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Nachal Pratzim and Mitzpe Zohar *

Nachal Pratzim - Photographer: Menashe Davidson

Nachal Pratzim (Nahal Perazim) Nachal Pratzim is located in the Mishor Amiaz on Mt. Sodom. It is a very narrow gorge that was formed by flowing water eroding into the rather soft sedimentary ...

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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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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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Dead Sea Shore

Dead Sea Shore Surprises The Dead Sea is not just mud and Masada. With a good guide you can discover very interesting highlights and Dead Sea Shore Surprises. Ahava Dead ...

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Dead Sea Works

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  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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Things to do in Israel

Rosh Ha Nikra

Top Attractions Travel Guide When you plan traveling to Israel visiting religious sites in Jerusalem or basing yourself in Tel Aviv may initially come to mind. However, when exploring Israel it ...

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Qumran – More Questions than Answers

Adapted from a photograph by Richard Cleave of ROHR Productions Ltd.

My visit to Qumran Visiting the 2,000 year-old ruins of Qumran, overlooking the Dead Sea on the edge of the Judean Wilderness, you gain a deeper appreciation of the Dead Sea Scrolls, which contain ...

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