Friday, September 24, 2010

Mamshit National Park

Mamshit, a Nabatean city in the Negev near the modern town of Dimona, rose to prominence because of its location on the road connecting the Mountains of Edom in Transjordan via the Arava Valley to Beer Sheva and north to Hebron and Jerusalem. At 40 dunams (10 acres), Mamshit is the smallest of the Negev's Nabatean cities. It is also the best restored, its once-opulent dwellings featuring architectural elements unknown in other Nabatean cities. (you can get more info of how , were , when   ,,,, )

Market actual National Park sprouts
Colorful event in the original Market Street waking life!
Authentic traders dissident denied carpets, embroidery, brass, baskets, dresses, spices, myrrh and frankincense, oils and Marmalade yield Negev and meeting with an ancient scent craftsmen picturesque atmosphere

the storyteller

cartoons portrait drawer

the tea shop

Papier-mache bird painting

Day experiences of his coat, sweet coffee Belioye bit of culture, creativity, music, and stories. Exhausted from the heat, but pleased with the experience in the desert.

1 comment:

  1. Wow! looks amazing! love the papier-mache bird, what a fab experience!