Winter in Israel: after heavy rain, rivers flow across the country

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 20, 2018 15:35

Banias Nature Reserve (Vitali Garder/Nature and Parks Authority)

Banias Nature Reserve (Vitali Garder/Nature and Parks Authority)

 
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Ein Hemed National Park located in the Jerusalem hills, Mekorot haYarkon National Park in the center, Arbel Nature Reserve located in the Lower Galilee and Saar Stream in the Golan Heights.

Saar Stream after Thursday's rains, December 20, 2018 (Parks and Nature Authority)

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