The Banias spring in Northern Israel, dating to the time of Greek rule over the region.
Skiers and visitors at the Mount Hermon ski slope shortly after a heavy snowfall
The Nimrod Fortress in the Golan Heights.
The Saar Falls in the Golan Heights in Northern Israel
The Sa'ar falls in the Golan Heights. The river flows in winter after a snow storm in the Hermon region. The Tip of Mount Hermon can be seen in the far background as well as the Nimrod Fortress.
The Banias Stream in the Golan region of Israel.
The Banias Waterfall in the Golan region of Israel. It is the most powerful waterfall in Israel at 10 meters high.
The Nimrod Fortress is a medieval Muslim castle on the southern slope of Mount Hermon. It overlooks the Golan Heights and was built to protect the main route to Damascus against invading armies coming from the west.
A cherry tree in bloom in the Golan.
Gamla was an ancient Jewish city on the Golan Heights.
A wind farm genrating power from wind in the Golan Heights in northern Israel.
An abandoned tank in front of Mount Ben Tal in the Golan Heights.
The Dan Stream running through Tel Dan national park i nthe Golan Heights.
Mount Ben Tal
The fortified lookout from Mount Bental in the Golan Heights. One of the largest tank battles in history took place here between Syria and Israel.
The Banias Falls in the Golan region in Noethern Israel. The Banias is a spring in on the base of Mount Hermon, Israel's tallest mountan.
A warning sign to stay away from a mine field in the Golan Heights, Israel
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