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The Jordan River flows into the Dead Sea. It flows south from the mountainous area where Israel, Lebanon and Syria meet and also passes through the Sea of Galilee. More »

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The Jordan River lies between the borders of Israel and Jordan, with Israel and Palestine located to its west and Jordan located to its east. The river is 156 miles long. More »

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The Holy Land refers to the area located between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River, especially the area surrounding Jerusalem. The term refers to the fact that this region contains sites of religious significanc... More »

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The Jordan River lies between the borders of Israel and Jordan, with Israel and Palestine located to its west and Jordan located to its east. The river is 156 miles long. More »

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The Dead Sea takes its name from the high salt content that makes it impossible for animal life to flourish in its waters. At 33.7 percent salinity, the Dead Sea is roughly 8.6 times saltier than the ocean, earning it th... More »

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The Dead Sea is a landlocked salt lake located between Israel and Jordan. The eastern shore belongs to Jordan, and the southern half of the western shore belongs to Israel. The Dead Sea is also known as the Salt Sea and ... More »

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The Dead Sea has such a high concentration of salt that few forms of life are able to live in it, which is why it is called “dead.” Only microbes are able to survive its intense salinity. More »

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