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Ramat HaNadiv, Zichron Yaakov

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Lookout Scenic Walking Area
Stroll the scenic lawns and groves of Ramat HaNadiv, a vast nature park on the southern end of the Carmel mountain range. Known as the memorial garden of Baron Edmond de Rothschild, who helped found the state of Israel, the meticulously manicured garden contains the tomb of the Baron and his wife Adelaide, their final resting place since their remains arrived there from Paris in 1954. Enjoy a relaxing walk along the picturesque park trails, winding among cypress and pine trees, flower beds, and water fountains. Put Ramat HaNadiv and other Zichron Yaakov attractions into our Zichron Yaakov travel itinerary maker, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • it was my first time to actually visit the Park, somehow I thought there was nothing to see or just only the tomb of the benefactor, in fact the area is full of atractions either flowers, small waterf...  more »
  • The garden tour is about 1 hour let 's say 2 hours if you spent a lot of time at the scent garden for exemple. Avoid if possible tourist groups : it definitly would spoil your visit !! So ... yes it i...  more »
  • The park was built to honor one of the greatest early supporters of Jewish settlement in Palestine, It is truely a beautiful park.  more »