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Rosh Hanikra

Known by the Sages as the “Ladder of Tyre,” the towering white cliffs of Rosh HaNikra lie on the Northwestern tip of Israel. Over the ages, the pounding waves of the Mediterranean Sea have created a series of stunning grottoes where the azure waters meet the bone-white rock. Since time immemorial, Rosh Hanikra has served as the passage point for traders & merchants, soldiers & mercenaries making their way between Egypt, Israel, Lebanon and Syria. In 1946, the Haganah carried out a daring series of maneuvers to bring transportation in and out of Palestine to a halt by destroying all bridges linking the country to the outside world. The bridge at Rosh Hanikra was destroyed, with no injuries or loss of life.