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Amram Pillars

Five sandstone pillars at the foot of the western cliff of the Amram crater, at the source of Nakhal Amram. Next to the pillars is a concentration of copper-digging burrows ...

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Red Canyon Eilat Israel

Beautiful red sandstone, in which floods passing in the stream carved a lovely narrow path, decorated with wall paintings created by nature itself. The Red Canyon – הקניון האדום, which is ...

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Ein Evrona

Ein Evrona – עין עברונה Ein Evrona is an ancient well that is located on the edge of the Evrona salt marsh. In times gone by the water would rise ...

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Helicopter Crash Memorial, Israel

View Larger Map Helicopter Crash Memorial – אסון המסוקים Seventy-three rocks, representing the 73 victims of the 1997 helicopter disaster, stand out against the sky where the horrible accident occurred ...

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Hermon National Park (Banias)

View Larger Map Hermon Stream Nature Reserve (Banias) In 1867, Mark Twain visited Banias and wrote in Innocents Abroad: ” The whole place has a sleepy, stupid, rural look about ...

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Tel Dan National Park

View Larger Map Tel Dan National Park – תל דן is located between Kiryat Shmona and the Golan Heights. At  Tel Dan you get two attractions for the price of one. ...

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Mitzpe Hashalom

Mitzpe Shalom – מצפה השלום, also known as Peace Lookout or Peace Vista, offers what is hands-down the most spectacular view you’ll find in Israel’s Southern Golan. The Hebrew name ...

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Brechat Hameshushim

Hexagon Pool – בריכת המשושים One of the best rewards of visiting the Golan (and the reason we visited this spot in the first place) is to experience the little known ...

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