Eilat

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movie quot

News Service accessdate 26 June 2011 date 6 June 2011 *Ocho Rios, Jamaica http: www.caribbean360.com index.php news 15633.html The film received a Golden Film (100,000 visitors) and a Platinum Film (400,000 visitors) and with 750.000 viewers in cinemas. It was the best viewed Dutch film production in 2003. In 2006 it was chosen as "Best Children's Movie" at the 4th International Film Festival in Eilat, Israel. WikiPedia:Eilat Commons:Category:Eilat DMOZ:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Eilat


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is somewhat limited, but still fairly good. The music ranges from American pop to Israeli trance, and they play songs in both Hebrew and English. You have the option of either sitting at the bar, chilling on a big couch, or dancing with the friendly locals. This place is often crowded, even on a Monday night. * While evil isn't heard, seen, or spoken at '''Three Monkeys Pub''' live bands and an all-ages dance floor crowd is. Located towards the end of the promenade at the Isrotel "Royal Beach


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-85DC202EE736%7d&NRCACHEHINT Guest title Scheduled Flights accessdate 2008-03-22 publisher Israel Airports Authority It is Tel Aviv's largest airport and the second largest in the area, after Ben Gurion International Airport. The airport is named after Dov Hoz, one of the pioneers of Jewish aviation. The airport will close at some point in the future after an agreement was struck repurposing land which houses it for luxury residential apartments. Commercial flights


small military

in 1967, in an area deserted apart from a small military base and roadside cafe on the way to Eilat. It was founded by a group of American Jews led by former law student and court clerk Simcha Pearlmutter, a Jew from Miami, Florida '''Paran''' ( WikiPedia:Eilat Commons:Category:Eilat DMOZ:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Eilat


numerous ancient

69 Squadron was deactivated and its assests handed over to 103 Squadron (103 Squadron (Israel)), Aloni and Avidror 2010 (#Avidror), pp. 56-79 which soon retired the Catalinas but continued to operate the three B-17s. Aloni and Avidror 2010 (#Avidror), p. 80 thumb right 300px The Via Maris (purple), King's Highway (red), and other ancient Levantine trade routes, c. 1300 BCE (Image:Ancient Levant routes.png) Numerous ancient states, including


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Center was withdrawn from Sharm el-Sheikh in accordance with the Egyptian–Israeli peace treaty. WikiPedia:Eilat Commons:Category:Eilat DMOZ:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Eilat


international sports

, as well as to turn it into a university town of science and research, and brand it an international sports city. All these projects are part of a plan to turn Eilat into a metropolitan area of 150,000 people and 35,000 hotel rooms. Climate


big success

to Eilat as an experimental transition of Israeli cargo and freight. This was recognized as a big success by the government. Mano was personally honored by Golda Meir, former prime minister of Israel. History of the kibbutz and modern village Originally the site of the ''Ein Husub'' police station during the British Mandate of Palestine, the location was captured by the Israel Defense Forces in 1948. The village of Ir Ovot was founded in 1967, in an area deserted apart from a small military base and roadside cafe on the way to Eilat. It was founded by a group of American Jews led by former law student and court clerk Simcha Pearlmutter, a Jew from Miami, Florida '''Paran''' ( WikiPedia:Eilat Commons:Category:Eilat DMOZ:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Eilat


summer providing

for Israelis, and during the mild winter months also attracts thousands of European sun-seekers. Red Sea water temperatures range only between 20°C (68°F) in the winter to 26.2°C (80°F) in the summer, providing warmth in the winter, and much appreciated chilliness in the summer's heat. Understand WikiPedia:Eilat Commons:Category:Eilat DMOZ:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Eilat


based activities

. '''Eilat''' (אילת, aka '''Elat''') is the only Israeli city on the '''Red Sea'''. Located at the southernmost tip of the country, with its "window on the Red Sea", Eilat is first and foremost a resort town devoted to sun, fun, diving, partying and desert-based activities. Some 320 km (200 miles) from the tensions of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, Eilat's climate-induced relaxed atmosphere has always provided a convenient year-round escape

Eilat

'''Eilat''' (Hebrew (Hebrew language): ) is Israel's southernmost (South District (Israel)) city, a busy port (port of Eilat) and popular resort located at the northern tip of the Red Sea, on the Gulf of Aqaba.

Home to about 47,700 people, Eilat is part of the Southern Negev Desert, at the southern end of the Arava (Arabah), adjacent to the Egyptian village of Taba (Taba, Egypt) to the south, the Jordanian port city of Aqaba to the east, and within sight (Haql) of Saudi Arabia to the south-east, across the gulf.

Eilat's arid desert climate (Desert) and low humidity are moderated by proximity to a warm sea. Temperatures often exceed . Eilat averages 360 sunny days a year. ''Discovering the World of the Bible'', LaMar C. Berrett, (Cedar Fort 1996), page 204

The city's beaches, coral reef, nightlife and desert landscapes make it a popular destination for domestic and international tourism.

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