Mountains of Golan


The Golan is a traveler's dream destination. Its natural landscape comprises wide-open spaces, woodlands and water-filled canyons, hot springs and ski slopes. Its wild life includes elegant leopards and wolves, bashful gazelles and timid rock rabbits, vultures and eagles, and much, much more. The history of man in the Golan dates back to prehistoric times. Many of the area's most ancient archaeological ruins, such as its Stonehenge-like megalithic circles, remain undeciphered. The Golan is clotted with the archaeological records of various periods and cultures, including those of the Greek world and early Christianity.




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