100,000 people visit parks, nature reserves over Pessah

April 19, 2011 18:14


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Nearly 100,000 visitors traveled over the Pessah holiday to nature reserves and national parks throughout the country, according to the National Parks Authority.

The sites receiving the most visitors were: Caesarea with 2850 visitors, Ashkelon National park with 2650, Ein Gedi nature reserve with 2400, Masada also with 2400, Yarkon-Afek National Park with 2100, and Banias nature reserve with 1900 people.

The National Parks Authority predicted that a quarter of a million people would visit the parks on Wednesday.

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