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212-19. Ancient columbarium caves (?) in an abandoned Arab village of Bet Atab, 4 miles east from Beit Shemesh. The Middle East, July 5, 2001

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Bones inside one of columbarium caves in Bet Atab village, 4 miles east from Beit Shemesh. The Middle East, July 5, 2001
A gate in the wall of Bet Atab village, 4 miles east from Beit Shemesh. The Middle East, July 5, 2001
Destroyed houses of Bet Atab village, 4 miles east from Beit Shemesh. The Middle East, July 5, 2001
A gate in the wall (?) of Bet Atab village, 4 miles east from Beit Shemesh. The Middle East, July 5, 2001
A hilltop with ruins of Bet Atab village, 4 miles east from Beit Shemesh. The Middle East, July 5, 2001
Remains of a big hall in Bet Atab village, 4 miles east from Beit Shemesh. The Middle East, July 5, 2001
Ruins of a fortress (?) and walls of Bet Atab village, 4 miles east from Beit Shemesh. The Middle East, July 5, 2001
Debris of the destroyed houses of Bet Atab village, 4 miles east from Beit Shemesh. The Middle East, July 5, 2001
A cave in the abandoned village Soofla, 3 miles east from Beit Shemesh. The Middle East, July 5, 2001
A garden in the abandoned village Soofla, 3 miles east from Beit Shemesh. The Middle East, July 5, 2001
A garden in the abandoned village of Soofla, 3 miles east from Beit Shemesh. The Middle East, July 5, 2001
Ruins of the village of Soofla, 3 miles east from Beit Shemesh. The Middle East, July 5, 2001
Succulent plants on a hill 2 miles north-east from Beit Shemesh. The Middle East, July 5, 2001
Remains of settlements and gardens on slopes of hills 2 miles north-east from Beit Shemesh. The Middle East, July 5, 2001
Memorial hill no. 21 overlooking Road 1 (where it forks to Beit Shemesh) north from Beit Meir, west from Jerusalem. The Middle East, April 10, 2002
Memorial hill no. 21 overlooking Road 1 (where it forks to Beit Shemesh) north from Beit Meir, west from Jerusalem. The Middle East, April 10, 2002
Ancient burial caves of Silwan (Shiloah) village from Derekh Ha Ofel Road. Jerusalem, the Middle East, October 31, 2002
Ancient caves in sandstone for mining of copper in western Timna Park, near Eilat. The Middle East, April 25, 2001
Caves at Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
View from caves at Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Caves with traces of a dried spring on the left, at Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Sky seen through caves in the upper side of the horseshoe formation of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Caves along the trail on the eastern side of the horseshoe formation of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Caves in the upper side walls of the horseshoe formation of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Abandoned Arab farm east from Tirat Carmel near Haifa. The Middle East, April 25, 2002
Abandoned Arab house east from Tirat Carmel near Haifa. The Middle East, April 25, 2002
Fresnel-shaped patterns on yellow limestone at the bottom of small caves of Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Horseshoe formation (a round tilted pit 200 - 250 m in diameter and 30 - 40 m in depth with a flat bottom surrounded by caves) of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Horseshoe formation (a round tilted pit 200 - 250 m in diameter and 30 - 40 m in depth with a flat bottom surrounded by caves) of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
An ancient riverbed (?) on a trail 1.5 miles east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
The village of Siloah (Silwan) built over ancient caverns of the Jewish necropolis viewed from the opposite side of Kidron Valley. Jerusalem, the Middle East, July 12, 2001
Remains of feldspar mines mined by a British geologist Williams during World War II and trails of Arab workers from Akaba on a mountain near Coral Beach, 3 miles south-east from Eilat. The Middle East, January 13, 2001
Horseshoe formation (a round tilted pit 200 - 250 m in diameter and 30 - 40 m in depth with a flat bottom surrounded by caves) of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker, view from lower site. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Some inscription in Arab Quarter of the Old City. Jerusalem, the Middle East, July 12, 2001
Remains of an Arab house of Majidal Asqalan (?) village captured in 1948 situated left from Itzhak Ben Tsvi Street north from the bus station. Ashkelon, the Middle East, April 5, 2001
An Arab village Kfar Kara?, near Umm El Fahm. The Middle East, February 19, 2000
An Arab village near Umm El Fahm, view from the road to Afula. The Middle East, April 1, 2000
En Aneva spring and pools at Nahal Tseelim with ruins of ancient agricultural buildings above, 2.5 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Eery passage of Via Dolorosa abandoned by tourists in Old City. Jerusalem, the Middle East, July 12, 2001
A former Arab house at Hovevei Tsion Street. Jerusalem, the Middle East, June 28, 2001
A former Arab house at Hovevei Tsion Street. Jerusalem, the Middle East, June 28, 2001
A former Arab house at Hovevei Tsion Street. Jerusalem, the Middle East, June 28, 2001
An abandoned building in Tur Malka Russian monastery on Mount of Olives. Jerusalem, the Middle East, July 12, 2001
View of Mizrah Talpiyyot quarter in southern Jerusalem from Arab village of Tsur Bahir. The Middle East, September 18, 2000
Abandoned gardens on terraces on a hill north-west from Beit Meir, west from Jerusalem. The Middle East, April 10, 2002
View of a former Arab village Ein Kerem, a suburb of Jerusalem captured in 1948 war, from a pro-Moscow Gornensky Convent for women. The Middle East, December 30, 2000
A Bedouin village in Negev Desert 2 miles north from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, January 27, 2001
A Bedouin village. Lahav Forest (8 miles north from Beer-Sheva), the Middle East, February 3, 2001
Caves and arches in a wadi near copper mines in western Timna Park, near Eilat. The Middle East, April 25, 2001
Camels on a hill near a Bedouin village in Negev Desert 2 miles north from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, February 24, 2001
A camel on a hill near a Bedouin village in Negev Desert 2 miles north from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, February 24, 2001
Camels on a hill near a Bedouin village in Negev Desert 2 miles north from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, February 24, 2001
View of Dead Sea east from Maale Peres, 0.5 miles north-west and above Arava junction (Road 25 to Dead Sea), 17 miles east from Dimona. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Zoomed view of the Dead Sea Works at distance of 4 miles north-east from Maale Peres from a place 0.5 miles north-west and above Arava junction (Road 25 to Dead Sea), 17 miles east from Dimona. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Unexplored ancient city known only by Bedouins on a hill south from Givot Lahav South Reserve, in Mount Karkor area, 3 miles north from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, January 27, 2001
Caves to the right from an entrance to Ein Gedi Park. Ein Gedi, the Middle East, March 29, 2001
A trail going east from Mount Tzefahot to Field Study School, near Coral Beach 3 miles south-east from Eilat. The Middle East, January 13, 2001
Acacias along Tsafit Creek 11 miles west from Dimona, 3 miles east from Arava junction. The Middle East, November 29, 2001
Nahal Peres River 2 miles north from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 15 miles east from Dimona. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Caves of Nahal Halilim Creek west from Jerusalem, the Middle East, July 5, 2002
Caves of Nahal Halilim Creek west from Jerusalem, the Middle East, July 5, 2002
Caves of Nahal Halilim Creek west from Jerusalem, the Middle East, July 5, 2002
"Illegal" Bedouin village 2 miles north-east from BGU. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, May 12, 2000
"Illegal" Bedouin village 2 miles north-east from BGU. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, May 12, 2000
White sand and caves at the foot of Timna cliffs in western Timna Park, near Eilat. The Middle East, April 25, 2001
Beginning of the lower Nahal Peres Canyon 1 mile north-east from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 17 miles east from Dimona, view to the west. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Camels on a hill near a Bedouin village in Negev Desert 2 miles north from Beer-Sheva, with Southern Hebron hills on the background. The Middle East, February 24, 2001
Columbarium(?) of Dominus Flevit on Mount of Olives. Jerusalem, the Middle East, January 11, 2002
Ancient trail along Nahal Sekhvee River near Safed. The Middle East, April 19, 2001
Remains of ancient Philistine Ashqalon in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Ancient trail along Nahal Sekhvee River near Safed. The Middle East, April 19, 2001
An ancient burial cave of Silwan (Shiloah) village from Derekh Ha Ofel Road. Jerusalem, the Middle East, October 31, 2002
Unexplored ancient city known only by Bedouins on a hill south from Givot Lahav South Reserve, in Mount Karkor area, 3 miles north from Beer-Sheva. Cities Lehavim and Rahat are seen on the horizon. The Middle East, January 27, 2001
View of southern Ashkelon from an ancient wall protruding from the sands. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Ancient remains of Har Rahama Site on the crest of Yeroham ridge. The Middle East, March 8, 2001
Ancient remains of Har Rahama Site on the crest of Yeroham ridge. The Middle East, March 8, 2001
Abandoned building of the Great Mosque. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 18, 2001
A brass shop at Beit Eshel Street. Jaffa, the Middle East, July 15, 2000
Multicolored sands at the bottom of Ramon Crater, view to the east, 4 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
View to north-east along southern side of Ramon Crater near Ammonites wall, 6 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
A hill at the bottom of Ramon Crater, view to the east, 3.5 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
A hill at the bottom of Ramon Crater, view to the east, 3 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
The village of Siloah (Silwan) built over the Jewish necropolis viewed from the opposite side of Kidron Valley. Jerusalem, the Middle East, July 12, 2001
Ancient Egyptian Temple right from Solomon Pillars in Timna Park, near Eilat. The Middle East, April 25, 2001
Abandoned graves in Moslem cemetery in central Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, March 23, 2001
Poppies in abandoned Moslem cemetery in central Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, March 23, 2001
Abandoned graves in Moslem cemetery in central Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, March 23, 2001
Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
A plant in a riverbed in Zin valley, 3 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Red Sea and mountains near Taba, 3 miles south-east from Eilat. The Middle East, January 13, 2001
Mountains near Taba, 3 miles south-east from Eilat. The Middle East, January 13, 2001
Red Sea, underwater observatory 3 miles south-east from Eilat. The Middle East, January 13, 2001
Mountains near Taba, 3 miles south-east from Eilat. The Middle East, January 13, 2001
Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Red Sea and mountains near Taba, 3 miles south-east from Eilat. The Middle East, January 13, 2001
View of Mediterranean sea and the park from an ancient wall protruding from the sands in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Ruins of an ancient Crusader s fortress destroying by the sea at Mediterranean beach in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Decaying ruins of an ancient harbour fallen in the sea at Mediterranean beach in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Egypt border near Taba, 3 miles south-east from Eilat. The Middle East, January 13, 2001

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