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It is 15 miles from Jerusalem to the Dead Sea! I'm glad to help.

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It is about 40 kilometers - 15 miles - from Jerusalem to the northern part of the Dead Sea.


From Jerusalem to the Dead Sea - 1912 was released on: USA: 2 September 1912


It does not have is own airport, but there are airports that are not very far away. People fly to Tel Aviv or Jerusalem.


The Tel Aviv beach is about 40 mins away by Car. The Dead Sea is about 1.15min away by Car.


Jerusalem is 76. miles from the Galilee Sea. The Galilee Sea is the largest lake in Israel and is about 13 miles long.


Black sea is different from the Dead Sea. Dead Sea lies in Jordan, near Jerusalem, while the Black Sea lies essentially in Europe, surrounded by Turkey on its south.


So far the dead sea does not have an owner.



There are bout 60KM or 37 Miles between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv on the coast of the Mediterranean sea.



The Dead Sea is far more salty than the ocean.


The Dead Sea is at 427 m under the Mediterranean Sea level.


The Dead Sea is bordered by Jordan and Israel. Amman is the capital city of Jordan. Jerusalem is the capital city of Israel.


The Dead sea is connected to both Israel and Jordan, On the Israeli side it is located in Ein Gedi, near Mesada and not very far from Jerusalem. It is called the Dead Sea because it too salty for anything to live in, animals, fish or plants cannot exist there. It is a beautiful place, very calm and it is the lowest spot on earth, 424 meters below sea level


Saeer Mountains on the west bank of the dead sea east of jerusalem, 7 miles south of Jerico



In the dead sea and far far away...


The dead sea is not in Iraq, although it is not very far from Iraq. It is on the border between Israel and Jordan.


Yes. The dead sea scrolls are on exhibit at the 'Shrine of the Book' museum in Jerusalem. See http://www.answers.com/topic/shrine-of-the-book for more info.


The Judean Desert stretches from just east of Jerusalem to the Dead Sea in Israel.



Part of the Dead Sea Scrolls collection is entrusted to the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, which includes the first seven scrolls. Others are in the possession of institutions outside of Israel.Israel Museum has partnered with Google to create the Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Project, allowing remote users to examine and explore these scrolls with translations from a web browser.


The surface is 1300 feet below sea level


Jerusalem had a monarchy where Israel was ruled by kings. It is located on a plateau in the Judean Mountains between the Mediterranean and the Dead Sea, it is one of the oldest cities in the world.


I believe you are referring to The Dead Sea Scrolls. In that case, they were found (obviously)near the Dead Sea. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dead_Sea_Scrolls



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