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Ein Gedi am Toten Meer
Israel

in diesem Park in Ein Gedi befindet sich ein wunderschönes Hotel mit Restaurant sowie auch Gästehäuser. In einer üppigen Vegetation befindet sich auch ein kleiner Zoo, den mach auch besuchen sollte.

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送信日: 07/04/2011
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