W hen I look at the Dead Sea I see god’s gallery – its scenery is spectacular!!!  It is called the Dead Sea because its salinity prevents the existence of any life forms in the lake. ​ It is the lowest body of water on earth, the lowest point on earth, and the world’s richest source of natural salts, hiding wonderful treasures that accumulated throughout thousands of years.

The sunset touching distant hills with ribbons of fire across the waters of the Dead Sea brings a sense of unreality. It is normally as calm as a millpond, with barely a ripple disturbing its surface, but it can become turbulent. During most days, however, the water shimmers under a beating sun. Where rocks meet its lapping edges, they become snow-like, covered with a thick, gleaming white deposit that gives the area a strange and surreal sense.




















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