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The Golan Heights

The Golan Heights is a plateau and mountainous region at the southern end of the Anti-Lebanon Mountains. The geographic area lies within, or borders, the countries of Israel, Syria, Lebanon and Jordan. In addition to the importance of water resources, the Golan Heights also has Israel's only ski resort near Mount Hermon. Winemaking is a major and highly successful industry.
 
Hot spring pool
Hamat Gader hot spring baths
Roman baths
  Hot spring pool  
  Hamat Gader hot spring baths  
  Roman baths  
Wine cellar
Green
  Wine cellar  
  Green  



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