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End of Nahal Tseelim canyon from the Roman road to Masada, 2.5 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
View of a hill with Masada fortress on the top from the Roman road 1.5 miles north from Masada at evening. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Streams and small canyons carved in soft limestone in the direction of Dead Sea, view to the east from Roman road 0.5 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Streams and small canyons (Masada Marls) in the direction of Dead Sea, view to the east from Roman road 0.5 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Tseelim River, view from Roman road along Dead Sea from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Creeks going through marls (powdery chalk substance) to Dead Sea, view to the east from Roman road 1 mile north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Masada fortress on the top of a hill, view from Roman road 1 mile north from Masada at evening. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
A terrace and opening of Tseelim Canyon to Dead Sea, view from Roman road from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Desert acacia on an old Roman road along Dead Sea from Masada to Tseelim spring. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Northern tributary of Tseelim River, view from Roman road from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
En Aneva spring (to the left) and Tseelim Canyon behind it, view from Roman road from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Desert acacia in bloom along the Roman road 1 mile north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001

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