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Nahal Kziv is a twenty-kilometer long perennial stream in the Upper Galilee
, making it the longest stream in the Galilee. Overlooking the stream is a twelfth-century Crusader castle, Montfort. Most of the stream is part of a nature reserve that bears its name; Nahal Kziv Nature Reserve. The reserve includes the Montfort Castle and other Crusader-period ruins. A 1.78m stone carving of a man, thought to date back to the Hellenistic period, can be found near to where the Abirim stream empties into Nahal Kziv.
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