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The history of the electric plant started by Rutenberg where the Jordan and Yarmuch rivers merge. You can go by car with a guide (30 shekels per person) across the Jordanian border and see an old Bauhaus style train station with all the original graffiti...More
Naharayim mean in Hebrew "2 rivers". It is near the junction of 2 major rivers in the region, the Jordan river and the Yarmuch river.
It is also one of the places where Israel and the Kingdom of Jordan meet - including the "peace island"...More
This site located at the northern end of the Jordan Valley and offers insight into the first hydroelectric plant in the region. The site includes a visit to the old buildings of Kibbutz Gesher, including a small bakery with delicious wares. A short film about...More