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Tel Hebron

Tel Hebron is a biblical archaeological mound containing remains of Jewish settlement from the Canaanite, Israelite, Early Roman, Late Roman and Byzantine periods.

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En Avdat National Park

At the foot of Midreshet Ben Gurion, the Tsin Stream has carved out a deep and impressive canyon. Three springs feed a brook that flows all year round, and an enchanted oasis. En Avdat – the kingdom of ibex and vultures.  

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Eilat Coral Beach Nature Reserve

The reefs of the Gulf of Eilat are the only coral reefs in our country, and among them a wonderful and colorful world of corals, fish and a huge variety of unique creatures can be seen. The Coral Beach Nature Reserve in Eilat allows visitors easy access to the reef, as well as essential beach services, including a shop, showers, toilets, sunshades, deck chairs and sun loungers.

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Eilat Coral Beach Nature Reserve

The most beautiful marine reserve in the world – colorful gardens beneath the sea The reefs of the Gulf of Eilat are the only coral reefs in our country, and among them a wonderful and colorful world of corals, fish and a huge variety of unique creatures can be seen. The Coral Beach Nature Reserve in Eilat allows visitors easy access to the reef, as well as essential beach services, including a shop, showers, toilets, sunshades, deck chairs and sun loungers

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Masada National Park

In the days of the Great Revolt, the last of the rebels against Rome entrenched themselves at Masada, and turned their desperate fight into a symbol of the struggle for freedom. Because of the enthralling historic events that took place on the mountain, and the archaeological finds that have been revealed there, UNESCO has declared Masada National Park a World Heritage Site.

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Tel Beer Sheva National Park

Tel Be'er Sheva, the area in which the forefathers of the Jewish nation (Abraham, Isaac and Jacob) lived and worked, is an important biblical tel - one of three from the days of the Bible that UNESCO has included in its list of world heritage sites.

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Shivta National Park

Shivta National Park showcases the impressive remains of a Byzantine city that existed in the heart of a desert area with no natural water sources whatsoever. The splendid churches, streets, and homes are astonishing even today.

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Mount Gerizim

The Mount of Blessings – at the top of Mt Grizim the remains of the ancient Sacred Precinct of the Samaritans have been found, and around them, the remains of a large city from the Hellenistic period.

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