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Nahal Hever

Nahal Hever (Hebrew: נחל חבר‎, Arabic: wadi al-Khabat‎) is an Intermittent stream (wadi) in the Judean Desert that flows from Yatta area to the Dead S

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Nahal Kziv

Nahal Kziv (Hebrew: נחל כזיב‎) (lit. "Kziv stream") is a 20-kilometer long perennial stream in the Upper Galilee, Israel. During the winter, rainfall

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Nahal Betzet

Nahal Betzet (Hebrew: נחל בצת‎, lit. "Betzet stream"), Arabic: Wadi Karkara‎, is a once-perennial and now intermittent stream in the Upper Galilee, Is

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Nahal Hemar

Nahal Hemar is an archeological cave site in Israel, on a cliff in the Judean Desert near the Dead Sea and just northwest of Mount Sodom.The excavatio

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Wadi Qana

Nahal Qana (Hebrew: נחל קנה‎) is an intermittent stream in Israel and the West Bank, the northernmost tributary of the Yarkon River. == Geography ==

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Nahal Tut (archaeological site)

Nahal Tut (Hebrew: נחל תות‎, also Nachal Toot) is an archaeological site excavated along the streambed of the same name in northern Israel's Menashe H

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Wadi Ara

Wadi Ara (also Nahal 'Iron) (Arabic: وادي عارة‎, Hebrew: נחל עירון, ואדי עארה‬), is an area in Israel populated mainly by Arab citizens of Israel. Wad

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Ga'aton River

The Ga'aton River (Hebrew: נהר הגעתון‎, Nehar HaGa'aton) is a small river in the Northern District of Israel. It passes through the town of Nahariya b

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Nahal Ayun

Nahal Iyyon (Hebrew: נחל עיון‎, lit. Iyyon Stream; Arabic: براغيث‎ bureighith), is a perennial stream in the Galilee Panhandle, Israel. The stream ori

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HaBesor Stream

Besor (Hebrew: נחל הבשור‬, Nahal HaBesor) is a wadi in southern Israel. The stream begins at Mount Boker (near Sde Boker), and spills into the Mediter

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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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