Tourism Livens Up The Dead Sea...And Boosts Arab Israeli TiesNeal Sandler
This land is the lowest on the face of the earth--at the northern shore of the Dead Sea. At 400 meters below sea level, the scenery is unique in all the world. The region straddles the River Jordan and lies at the point where Jordan, Israel, and the Palestinian-controlled territories meet.
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