Dead Sea

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a saltwater lake on the border between Israel and Jordan

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A horse is so top-heavy that he can neither swim nor stand up in the Dead Sea. He turns over on his side at once.
Her picturesque form no longer looms above the desert of the Dead Sea to remind the tourist of the doom that fell upon the lost cities.
I can not describe the hideous afternoon's ride from the Dead Sea to Mars Saba.
The journey to the Dead Sea, the Jordan and Bethlehem was short, but it was an exhausting one.
During their tour, the students met with managers and department heads, learning through what it takes to join the workforce of leading hotels such as the Ramada Resort by Wyndham Dead Sea, and were also able to experience first-hand what it takes to run a hotel.
The different colour schemes of both villas have been chosen to integrate the Dead Sea soil and beach patterns.
The scriptural term <ger/> meant "resident alien" just after the collapse of the Northern Kingdom in 722 BCE, says Palmer, but by the first centuries CE, the meaning had changed to "Gentile convert to Judaism." Her question here is what it meant to members of the sectarian movement at Qumran when they used it in the Dead Sea Scrolls.
The Dead Sea takes water from the River Jordan, and holds it.
Kempinski Hotel Ishtar, a leading hotel in the Dead Sea, is currently improving its facilities and services.
-The Dead Sea is three million years old and the lowest point on earth at 1,388 ft below sea level.
Halfway into the desert, it appears on the horizon among the hills the still Dead Sea waters, the lowest area in the world.
Known as the lowest point on earth, the Dead Sea holds extreme water salinity, making life impossible to thrive in it.
"All these resulted in the intensified erosion of the surface and increased sedimentation, which we discovered in the Dead Sea core sample."
Andreas Lackner, regional head, full service brand management, Hilton, says, "The Dead Sea is one of the most unique places in the world and has evolved into a major hub of both religious and health and wellness tourism in the region.