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Liftah (Mey Naftoah) – Traditional mountain village

Liftah (Mey Naftoah) – Traditional mountain village is part of the Tentative list of Israel in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

Click here for a short description of the site, as delivered by the state party.



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Community Reviews

Tony0001 - 10-Feb-18

Liftah is and abandonned small town in a valley. You find there some houses left in 1948, in the state as they were then, but in the state you expect after 70 years. Besides houses there is a spring and a small pond. It is surroundes with a few big motorways. Parking space is limited near the site. I went down into the valley, did a small walk till the end of the town and went back up the steep hill. Never can believe this becomes world heritage one day...

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Site Info

  • Full name: Liftah (Mey Naftoah) – Traditional mountain village
  • Country: Israel
  • Link: By Name By ID

Site History

  • 2015 - Added to Tentative List 

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