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Yotvata

What does Yotvata mean to me? Yotvata  – יטבתה is the dream of every infantryman in basic training in the Negev. ICE-cold Yotvata chocolate mik! This is a must for any family ...

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Ma’aleh Akrabim (Scorpions Ascent)

Ma’aleh Akrabim (Scorpions Ascent – מעלה עקרבים) is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful scenic roads in Israel. I just re-visited this old road on my way to Eilat. The serpentine ...

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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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Hatzevah Fortress

Ir Ovot Kibbutz Ir Ovot (the town of Ovot) was established in the Arava in Southern Israel in 1967, by a group of Messianic Jews from the US led by ...

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Hazeva

Hazeva – חצבה This oasis, located in the Arabah valley, receives its waters from Ein (the spring of) Hazeva.  Its frontier location, situated on the crossroads of major ancient routes, ...

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Beit Alpha Synagogue

 Beit Alpha – בית אלפא – Mosaic Floor  The ancient synagogue of Beit alpha, dated to the Byzantine period, was a 20m x 14M building. It was covered across its entire ...

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Megiddo

Archaeologists working in Megiddo (Armageddon, el-Lejjun, Tel el-Mutesellium, Tell el-Mutesellim, Tel Megiddo, Campus Legionis, Har Megiddo, Har-Megeddon, Harmagedon, Isar-Megiddo, Legio, Lejjun, Megiddon) have unearthed an incredible 30 layers of settlement built on ...

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Discover Petra, Kingdom of Jordan

Tour to the ancient city of Petra –פטרה (Jordan), the fabled “rose red city,, 1-3 days, departing from Eilat or Tel Aviv . Petra was recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. ...

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Ahwat

Ahwat אחוואט is not open to the public and is still considered a closed archaeological site. Since our group are students of the Israel School of Tourism and Haifa U. we ...

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Moa

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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