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The Negev Desert

The Negev is the desert region of southern Israel. The indigenous Bedouin citizens of the region refer to the desert as an-Naqab. The origin of the word Negev is from the Hebrew root denoting 'dry'. In the Bible the word Negev is also used for the direction 'south'.
 
Makhtesh Ramon visitor center
Sunset at the Ramon Crater
Bedouin style hut in the Negev
  Makhtesh Ramon visitor center  
  Sunset at the Ramon Crater  
  Bedouin style hut in the Negev  
Hostel
Bedouin fabric
Stucco wall
  Hostel  
  Bedouin fabric  
  Stucco wall  
Ramon Nature Reserve
Makhtesh Ramon
Ramon Crater
  Ramon Nature Reserve  
  Makhtesh Ramon  
  Ramon Crater  
David Ben Gurion Memorial
A stall at the Bedouin market
  David Ben Gurion Memorial  
  A stall at the Bedouin market  



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