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The Dead Sea, the lowest point in the world, offers beautiful views and nature trials, a wide variety of accommodation options, numerous spa treatments and a unique floating experience 

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The Sea of Galilee, the lake where Jesus Christ legendarily defied the forces of nature and Israel’s main water source, is one of the leading northern attractions in Israel
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Perhaps one of the most famous attractions in Eilat, the Dolphin Reef is a charming place where people can come in close contact with some of the most amazing creatures on earth and enjoy a serene swim

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The Red Sea boasts some wonderful underwater life and one of the most northern coral reefs in the world. A selection of diving clubs offer scuba diving and snorkeling equipment rental, guided dives and a variety of courses

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Fully refurbished in 2010, the Israel Museum, located in Jerusalem, is the largest museum in Israel and displays some impressive works by renowned world-famous artists

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Just outside the city walls you will find Mount Zion, which is home to many churches and monasteries, the most prominent of which are a cloister dating back to the time of the Crusaders, where King David’s tomb can be found, and the impressive Dormition Church

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