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Is Dead Sea one of top seven natural wonders?
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Countdown to New7Wonders of Nature begins
Massive clock, counting down remaining hours for travelers to vote for Dead Sea in international competition finals, placed on Tel Aviv's Azrieli Tower
A massive clock counting down the remaining hours for travelers to vote for the Dead Sea in the finals of the New7Wonders of Nature competition has been placed on Tel Aviv's Azrieli Tower by Tourism Minister Stas Misezhnikov.

 

Taking place through November 11, 2011, the New7Wonders of Nature competition is an international online competition ranking the top seven natural wonders of the world.

  

  • Ynet Special: To vote for the Dead Sea, click here

 

The Dead Sea advanced to the final round by placing among the top 28 tourist sites, as determined by more than 1 billion votes around the world.

 


Countdown clock on Azrieli Tower (Photo: Ziv Reinstein) 

 

In addition, 6,000 Christian travelers from more than 100 countries around the world arrived in Israel last week as part of the annual Feast of Tabernacles convention, considered the largest tourism event in Israel, and voted for the Dead Sea.

 

"Winning this title will significantly increase the numbers of tourists visiting Israel in general and the Dead Sea region in particular, boosting the local economy, creating thousands of new jobs and improving Israel's image overseas," said Misezhnikov.

 

"We urge you to spread the word: Vote for the Dead Sea as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature".

 

 


פרסום ראשון: 10.25.11, 12:13
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