Postcard from Israel: Sde Boker

Our virtual trip this week takes us down to the south of Israel to some of the most beautiful and dramatic landscapes the country has to offer.

First, we’ll visit Ben Gurion’s ‘hut’ at Kibbutz Sde Boker where he spent the last years of his life and his archives and impressive library are stored.

Then we go on to the nearby site of his grave overlooking Nahal Zin and the biblical ‘Wilderness of Zin’, where Nubian Ibex mingle nonchalantly with the visitors. 

All photos taken by Israelinurse
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