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Yerucham

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Yerucham City Yerucham, established in 1951 as Kfar Yeruham, is one of the first frontier development towns in Israel. It is named after the Biblical city by the same name. Nearby ...

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Parsat Nekarot

Nekarot Horseshoe – Parsat Nekarot Parsat Nekarot (פרסת נקרות) is part of Nahal Nekarot, a 3-km long twist that looks on the map like a horseshoe in the Negev Ramon Crater. ...

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Amonite Wall

Amonites Amonites (also Ammonites) are an extinct group of marine molluscs closely related to living octopuses, squid, and cuttlefish. The earliest appeared during the Devonian, and the last died out during the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event. ...

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The Great Makhtesh

Provided by Amnon Hahn of the Israeli Paragliding Association

The Large or Great Makhtesh is not the largest. The truth is that when the Large Makhtesh was mapped Makhtesh Ramon was not yet mapped. The “makhtesh” is a unique ...

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Ramon

A “makhtesh” is a natural phenomenon unique to Israel. Craters are created by impact of celestial objects whereas the “makhtesh”, of which there are more than three in Israel, was ...

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The Ramon Crater

A “makhtesh” is a natural phenomenon unique to Israel. Craters are created by impact of celestial objects whereas the “makhtesh”, of which there are more than three in Israel, was ...

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Samar

Kibbutz Samar – קיבוץ סמר Samar (Hebrew: סָמָר) is a kibbutz founded in 1976 in the Aravah valley in the far south of Israel located near Eilat. Samar is one of the few kibbutzim that continues to maintain a lifestyle consistent with ...

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Yitzhak Rabin Terminal

The Yitzhak Rabin Terminal, formerly known as the Arava Terminal, serves as a border crossing between Israel and Jordan for Israelis and foreign tourists, with the exception of residents of ...

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