Over 200,000 head outdoors for Succot vacation

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 16, 2011 17:26

 
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More than 200,000 tourists took advantage of the fine sunny weather on Sunday during the Succot week, visiting Israeli National Parks and Nature Reserves around the country.

The most visited sites were the national parks at Caesarea and Masada, and the nature reserves at Banias and Ein Gedi near the Dead Sea.

According to a press release from the Israel Nature Protection Agency, 70,000 of tourists on Sunday visited parks that require an entrance fee, while the remained visited sites with free entry.

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