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Bikat Hayarden Regional Council: Maskiot, Hemdat, Yitav, Mevoot Yericho, Netiv Hagdud, Roi, Argaman, Niran, Gitit, Mehola, Gilgal

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Published May 28th 2010
ISBN : 9781157163220
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54 pages
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Chapters: Maskiot, Hemdat, Yitav, Mevoot Yericho, Netiv Hagdud, Roi, Argaman, Niran, Gitit, Mehola, Gilgal, Bikat Hayarden, Yafit, Shadmot Mehola, Rotem, Bikat Hayarden, Petzael, Tomer, Naomi, Bekaot, Mekhora, Masua, Hamra, Bikat Hayarden.MoreChapters: Maskiot, Hemdat, Yitav, Mevoot Yericho, Netiv Hagdud, Roi, Argaman, Niran, Gitit, Mehola, Gilgal, Bikat Hayarden, Yafit, Shadmot Mehola, Rotem, Bikat Hayarden, Petzael, Tomer, Naomi, Bekaot, Mekhora, Masua, Hamra, Bikat Hayarden. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 52. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Mevoot Yericho (Hebrew: ) (lit. Doorway to Jericho), founded in 1999, is an Israeli settlement and a communal settlement located in the West Banks southern Jordan Valley just north of Jericho, in the Yitav Valley. The site is 150m below sea level. It falls under the municipal jurisdiction of the Bikat HaYarden Regional Council. Originally founded as a station for agricultural experiments known as Havat HaIklum, Mevoot Yericho became a farm community in 2000. It is home to 24 families, who grow lemons, dates, figs, grapes, sweet potatoes, passion fruit and other crops. In the mid 2000s, a project for disadvantaged girls was established at Mevoot Yericho. The girls live and work in the community and travel to Jerusalem for studies in the evening. The construction of what may be the worlds first solar-powered mikveh was completed in 2007. Numerous archaeological findings in the area attest to the presence of ancient Jewish settlement. Within the settlement remains of an aqueduct are clearly visible. The aqueduct and nearby Naaran synagogue are dated to the 6th century. Mikvah in Mevoot Yericho ...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=18592678