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Havarim Cistern

Havarim Cistern in the Negev

  Bor Havarim – Havarim Cistern Bor Havarim (Chavarim Pit) is a group of underground Nabatean water cisterns. The cisterns collected runoff water in Wadi Havarim (Nahal Havarim) in the Negev. Ancient ...

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Avdat

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Avdat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was founded by Nabatean traders, the masters of those caravans as a way station on this Incense Route. At the visitor center a short film ...

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Mamshit

Mamshit

Mamshit National Park The 2000 year old Nabatean city of Mamshit has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it is definitely worthy of this honor. Mamshit National Park is located on ...

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Saharonim

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Ein Saharonim The Nabatean Spice Road followed the water sources through the Negev. This spring is one of the stations.  It is named after the Saharon plant (Cocculus pendulus) which grows abundantly ...

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Moa

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Moa – מואה A Nabatean site on the Spice Route, built in the 1st century, a world Heritage Site. The Incense Route and Desert Cities of the Negev reflects the hugely profitable ...

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Desert tourism in Israel

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Tourists discover Israel’s Negev desert History and scenery come together for visitors to Israel’s Negev Desert. Israel’s Negev Desert accounts for more than 55 percent of Israel’s land, but only ...

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