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Dimona Nuclear plant in Negev Desert, view from Road 227. The Middle East, March 2, 2002
A waterfall of Ein Yorkeam spring in Negev Desert south from Dimona. The Middle East, March 11, 2000
Railroad through Negev Desert south from Dimona. The Middle East, March 11, 2000
Grounded zeppelin near Dimona Nuclear plant in Negev Desert, view from Road 227. The Middle East, March 23, 2002
Negev Desert south from Dimona. The Middle East, March 11, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona. The Western Church with a mosaic floor. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Dimona Nuclear plant in Negev Desert, the center of Israel s nuclear weapons program. The Middle East, May 13, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, view to the south from an observation tower, with the Western Church on background. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
A zeppelin over Dimona Nuclear plant in Negev Desert, view from Nahal Yamin wadi near Road 227. The Middle East, March 2, 2002
Nuclear Research Center in Negev Desert near Dimona (Israeli nuclear bomb factory). The Middle East, April 26, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, view of the House of Affluent from an observation tower. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Ein Yorkeam spring in Negev Desert south from Dimona. The Middle East, March 11, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, view of a road to the Eastern Church and British police station ( Camel police ) made from ancient rocks in 1936 on the top of a hill. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Dimona Nuclear plant in Negev Desert, the center of Israel s nuclear weapons program, view from Road 25. The Middle East, April 13, 2002
Remains of ancient Nabatean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, one of rooms in the House of the Affluent . The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Dry riverbed near Ein Yorkeam spring in Negev Desert south from Dimona. The Middle East, March 11, 2000
Nuclear bomb factory in Negev Desert near Dimona (Israeli secret nuclear complex) described as "chocolate" or "textiles" factory. The domed structure glimmering on the sun to the right is the reactor built in 1958 by France, or Machon (block) No. 1. Cooling towers are clearly visible to the left. Palms and gardens are planted to obscure the facility from the road. The picture was taken from Road 25 at around 7:00 a.m. The Middle East, April 26, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, view o dams. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, view of the Mamshit stream. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
View from the bottom of Ein Yorkeam spring in Negev Desert south from Dimona. The Middle East, March 11, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, an area that is not yet excavated. The Middle East, December 23, 2000

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