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Nahal Šokek

Nahal Šokek (Hebrew: ___ ____) is a short wadi in northern Israel, in the Charodském Valley. It begins at the northeastern foot of the Gilboa Mountain

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Nahal Rosh Pina

Nahal Rosh Pina (Hebrew: ___ ___ ____) is a length of about 11 kilometers in Israel. It begins on the eastern slopes of the Har Kana ' an ' mountain n

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Nahal ref and ' im

Nahal ref and ' im (Hebrew: ___ _____) is a wadi in the Judean Mountains in Israel. It starts at an altitude of over 700 meters in the southern part o

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Nahal Peres

Nahal Peres (Hebrew: ___ ___, Arabic: Wadi Farš) is a length of about 17 kilometers in the northeastern part of the Negev desert in Israel. It begins

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Nahal Cinema

The Nahal Cinema (Hebrew ___ ____) is a wadi in southern Israel, on the northeastern edge of the Negev desert. It starts approx. 4 kilometres south of

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Nahal Yavne ' El

Nahal Yavne (Hebrew: ___ _____, Arabic: Wadi Fidžas) is a wadi in Israel. = = Course of flow = = starts at an altitude of over 100 meters near the vil

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Nahal Aviv

Nahal Aviv (Hebrew ___ ____) is a wadi in Lebanon and Israel. It starts near the village of Maroun al-Ras in the hilly countryside of southern Lebanon

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Nahal Tavor

Nahal Tavor (Hebrew: נחל תבור‎; Arabic: وادي البيره‎, Wadi al-Bireh), lit. Tabor Stream, is an intermittent stream in the Lower Galilee, Israel. ==

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Tze'elim Stream

The Tze'elim Stream (Hebrew: נחל צאלים‎, Nahal Tze'elim) is a wadi and canyon situated in the Judean Desert, Israel, near Masada, descending to the De

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Nahal

Nahal Sa ' ar (Hebrew: ___ ___) is a water stream of 12 km in Israel and the Golan Heights occupied by Israel since 1967. It begins in the northern pa

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Kotturu Dhanadibbalu

Kotturu Dhanadibbalu & Pandavula Guha is an ancient Buddhist site near Kotturu village of Rambilli mandal Visakhapatnam District of Andhra Pradesh. A

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Bahram fire temple

Bahram Fire temple, Mil Hill or Rey Fire temple (Persian: آتشکده بهرام or تپه میل or آتشکده ری‎) is one of the historical religious places in Rey, Ira

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Gudiwada Dibba, Vizianagaram

Gudiwada Dibba is a small hillock at Gudiwada village in Bhogapuram mandal, Vizianagaram district, Andhra Pradesh. It located on the banks of River Go

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Straits of Johor

The Johore Strait (also known as the Tebrau Strait, Straits of Johor, Selat Johor, Selat Tebrau, and Tebrau Reach) is an international strait in Sout

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Qiongzhou Strait

The Qiongzhou Strait (simplified Chinese: 琼州海峡; traditional Chinese: 瓊州海峽; pinyin: Qióngzhōu Hǎixiá; Hainanese: Khāng-tsiú Hái-kiap), also called the

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