Unit size: about 60 square meters, 2.5 rooms. Allows accommodation of a couple + 5 children, suitable for couples and families. Cooking balcony and sitting balcony.
From NIS 600 in the middle of the week
From NIS 800 on weekends
From NIS 1200 on holidays
One of the scrolls from the Judean Desert made of copper, unlike the other scrolls made of parchment. Engraved in this scroll is a list of treasures that includes huge amounts of gold, silver, coins and valuable tools, and the hiding places of these treasures. In 1960, the value of the treasures indicated in the scroll was estimated at about one million dollars. The places mentioned in the scroll are mostly unknown. The source of the treasure and who it belongs to are unknown, but there are several hypotheses regarding the identity of the treasure: a pharaonic treasure, a treasure of the Temple hidden before the fall of Jerusalem by the Romans, a treasure of the Third Temple, a treasure that belonged to the swimming cult in Qumran or a treasure that did not exist at all. The scroll was discovered in Qumran, which was under the rule of Jordan at the time, and therefore belongs to Jordan. Today the scroll is located in a museum in Rabat Ammon. For many years and even today, excavations and searches for the treasure have been taking place.
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