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The Dead Sea is shrinking. The Salt. Jordan, photos

The Salt

It is evident that grows shallow sea: near the water salt deposits still quite clean.

The Dead Sea is shrinking. The Dead Sea is shrinking because nearly every source of water that feeds into this iconic tourist destination has been cut off, diverted or polluted over the last half century.

“This is a completely man-made disaster,” says Gidon Bromberg, the Israel director of Friends of the Earth Middle East, an international environmental group. “There is nothing natural about this.”

By 2025, the  Dead Sea is expected to be at 1,440 feet below sea level.

The shrinking of the Dead Sea has become an issue of grave concern for environmentalists, industries that produce Dead Sea-related products and tourism sector, which worries that the visitors who come here from all over the world will disappear along with the sea.




Warm coast of Dead Sea is one of the best places to visit for treatment and rest. The unique mineral content of the water, the very low content of allergens in the atmosphere and the superior climate of the Dead Sea have perfect health effects.
Among other things, belle Cleopatra, the last queen of Egypt, had a chalet at the coast of the salty Dead Sea. And it was the first in the world spa salon at the Dead Sea.

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