6,000 Christians to vote Dead Sea for New 7 Wonder

October 13, 2011 18:34


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Over 6,000 Christian pilgrims, in Israel from October 11 through 18 for the Feast of Tabernacles, will vote for the Dead Sea on Friday in the New 7 Wonders of Nature campaign, the Tourism Ministry said on  Tuesday night.

The pilgrims will vote by SMS at 3:30 p.m. from the Ein Gedi Spa, where Tourism Minister Stas Meseznikov will welcome them and Christians worldwide on a special broadcast by Visjon Norge, the Norwegian Christian TV channel, according to the ministry.

The thousands of pilgrims, who hail from over 100 countries, will be hosted by the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem. -

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