This city is in ruins, now, but it’s one of Israel’s ‘Desert Cities in the Negev’ on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Standing under an archway looking at the barren desert beyond, it’s easy to picture why this was a stop for traders herding camels carrying frankincense and myrrh. Explore on your own, or during a Negev jeep tour.
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