Ah, the Dead Sea. Four hundred meters below sea level lies Israel's greatest (and arguably its only) natural treasure. Dotted with the ruins of monasteries, palaces, synagogues and mosques, this biblical geological wonder, has, for thousands of years, been a pilgrimage sight for the Greeks, the Persians, the Romans, the Christians and Jews.
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