Some 400,000 visit Israel's parks, forests and nature reserves on Succot

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 19, 2013 17:30

 
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Some 400,000 people visited Israel's national parks, nature reserves and forests over the first days of the Succot holiday on Wednesday and Thursday.

About 150,000 Israelis visited Israel Nature and Parks Authority sites, while an additional 250,000 traveled to KKL-JNF forests.

Among the most popular attractions were Caesarea, Masada and the Ben Shemen forest.

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