In Pictures: A winter wonderland atop the Hermon

Take a look at the abandoned, frostbitten hilltops.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 28, 2018 10:09

Snow coats the hilltops at Mount Hermon, December 2018.

Snow coats the hilltops at Mount Hermon, December 2018.

 
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The north of Israel glittered white as the sun rose over the horizon Friday morning, with up to 15 centimeters of snow covering Mount Hermon.


Pictures show a winter wonderland in both the lower and the higher regions, with the bottom having up to 8 centimeters of snow and the hilltops having up to 15 centimeters.



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