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King Solomon's Mines, Eilat
(3.8/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • King Solomon's mines is one of the attractions of Timna Park. We were with a group, and we brought to Solomon posts by bus. But there are hiking and biking tours of varying difficulty that allow you to explore the area in more detail. According to our guide, the name given in error, but stuck behind this site. No evidence of Solomon's copper activities in these parts. Say, here is another shot of the American film. With its canyons, splurge on moving to another part of the world? And Wikipedia does not confirm this. As a point of interest deserves attention and without the name of Solomon and "Mackenna's Gold". Views are impressive. Beautiful photo. To the right of Solomon pillars you can climb the stairs to the rock and overlooked area, pass through and come down on the opposite side. It takes no more than 10 minutes. Catch and the pillars to be photographed, and rock. Recommend.
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  • Amateur tour will grab in the desert, not especially interesting, except for a few upgrades to cliffs and caves, and the so-called oasis in the desert of a simple puddle and several shop and restaurant.
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  • For Nature lovers and people who are history oriented, this is a great place that tells the story of king Solomon mines...there is excavation and different colors of sand...