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My Trip to Niagara Falls

NIAGARA FALLS – ONTARIO, CANADA Jacek Zarzycki Horseshoe Falls: No, Niagara Falls is not the tallest waterfall in the world. But Niagara Falls does have the world’s highest flow rate. There ...

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Beit Itab National Park Nes Harim *

In 2002, the Israel Nature and Parks Authority established a 130-dunam national park in the area, known as Horvat Beit Itab (Horvat Itab). The Hurva (ruins) is built on the foundations of a Crusader castle, built of beautiful hewn stones.

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Sculpture Road (Derech HaPesalim)*

Derech Hapesalim is a lovely trail in the Zora Forest near the city of Bet Shemesh. Along Route 44 off the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv Highway 1 you will find a collection of artworks of the Sculpture Road (Derech HaPesalim in Hebrew), a 10-kilometer (6.2-mile) route through the KKL-JNF Presidents Forest (Hanasi Forest).

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Hermit House, Herzliya *

Hermit House is an earthen residence situated on the limestone cliff under Apollonia National Park overlooking the Mediterranean near the Sidna Ali Mosque in Herzliya, 15 kilometres North of modern Tel Aviv.

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Ashdod Sand Dune Park *

Ashdod Sand Dune Park: Sand dunes once dominated the coast of Israel with 462 square kilometres of dunes, of which over three-quarters were south of Tel Aviv. To date the dunes have been replaced ...

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The Negev *

The Negev is a is a desert region of southern Israel which comprises approximately 12,000 square kilometers (4,633 sq mi), more than half of Israel’s total land area. Geographically it is an extension of the Sinai Desert, forming a ...

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Metula *

Metula is the center of tourism in the Upper Galilee. Israel’s northernmost town is a quiet country village with a view of Mt. Hermon and the green Galilee landscapes. Many tourists and vacationers who ...

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Nahal Og Adventure for You*

About Nahal Og Looking for adventure? Want to discover the natural beauty of Israel? Go Nahal Og! Nahal Og drains of 112 square km from the Eastern slopes of Mount Scopus, ...

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