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The Lutz Cisterns (in Hebrew Borot Lutz) area is one of the most beautiful areas in the Negev, particularly at the end of winter and at the very beginning of spring when the normally yellow desert is covered with a carpet of strong, colorful blossoms such as anemones and tulips. There is a circular walking trail that takes hikers between stunning lookouts and ancient agricultural terraces, ancient cisterns and a Nabatean farm house which is proof of agriculture in the area. The area was inhabited between the thirteenth and sixth century BCE and is assumed to be the southern border of the kingdom of King Solomon. There is a free-of-charge campground on site.
address: On road number 40, slightly north of Mitzpe Ramon, turn west on to road number 171. Next to the 13 kilometer marking there is a sign pointing towards the campground.
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