Eilat is the only Israeli city on the Red Sea. Eilat is the southernmost town in Israel, isolated from the rest of the country by the Negev desert.
Be'er Sheva is a desert city of approximately 200,000 inhabitants in southern Israel.
Sde Boker is a Kibbutz in the central Negev, most famous for being the past residence of the first prime minister of Israel, David Ben-Gurion, who moved there after he left his office in order to live his ideals of settling the Negev.
Rahat is a city of 70,000 in the southern Negev region of Israel.
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