Khrbet Sharqiye

Going into the stone piles in the summer! Beware of snakes which are freely sliding around. I think Khrbet is locally named place, it means “ruins”. A more genuine name is not available. It is from byzantine era ruins, as usual in this area of limestone massifs.

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