Pinsteps. English military cemetery Beer Sheva
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The English war cemetery was created immediately after the end of the fighting. On it were buried 139 soldiers who died in the battle for Beer Sheva. In total, from the fall of 1917 until the end of the English mandate in Palestine in May 1948, 1,240 English soldiers and officers were buried on it. In honor of the celebration of the centennial of the battle in 2017, the ANZAC Museum of Military Heritage, the Australian New Zealand Expeditionary Force, was opened. Translated with Google Translate


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Beer Sheva, Dudaim Forest, Lahavim Forest and Sternbergia flowering.

This is a weekend trip for the whole family. Negev - the desert in southern Israel is especially beautiful after the first rains. In Be'er Sheva, the story is about the old city of Turkish and English Be'er Sheva, the last steam train, a Jewish soldier and a damned mosque. After Beer Sheva, the path passes through the hills of the Goral in a jeep, however, in the area of Lahavim, you can reach the place of flowering of Sternbergia on asphalt roads. Translated with Google Translate

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