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The Nahal Ayun is a tributary of the Jordan River. It originates in the Marjayoun valley in southern Lebanon and runs southward into Israel to the Hula Valley. The Nahal Ayun Reserve is located in the east of Metulla. The centre of the Nahal Ayun Reserve is a canyon with four waterfalls.

 Ayun Fall, 9 metres high
Tahana Falls, 21 metres high
Eshed Falls (two steps) 5 any 9 metres high
Tanur Falls, 30 metres high

 

Israel 1954, Tanur Falls.

 

Israel 1970, Tahana Falls.  

 

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