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Moshav Amirim, Sea of Galilee Lookout
Israel

This is the Rabin Park, also known as "Mitzpeh l'Kinerret", the Sea of Galilee Lookout. It is located on Moshav Amirim, a vegetarian community located about 20 minutes from Tzfat in the Galilee

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