In a tiny country on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea live about 9 million people live. But such a variety of climatic zones and attractions, perhaps, is not concentrated in any other country in the world.
Despite its small territory, the country is divided into 7 climatic zones. The most common climate in Israel is subtropical Mediterranean, with hot, dry summers and relatively mild winters, occasionally accompanied by heavy rains.
Rainfall is most abundant in the north of the country, much less in the northern Negev, and practically none at all in the southern regions.
Hot, dry summers and mild winters reign in the Jordan Valley, while the Negev has a semi-desert climate all year round. Heavy snow sometimes falls in the highlands and in Jerusalem.
Sometimes hot dry winds blow, bringing with them heat and heat, especially in spring and autumn.
Israel is a unique and diverse country.
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