Hamaam

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Hamaam
חַמָּם, חמאם
حمام
Hamaam is located in Israel
Hamaam
Hamaam
Coordinates: 32°49′41.8″N 35°29′32.13″E / 32.828278°N 35.4922583°E / 32.828278; 35.4922583Coordinates: 32°49′41.8″N 35°29′32.13″E / 32.828278°N 35.4922583°E / 32.828278; 35.4922583
Council al-Batuf
Population (2005) 1,300

Hamaam (Arabic: حمام‎; Hebrew: חַמָּם), or Wadi Hamam, is a Palestinian village near the Sea of Galilee and Mount Arbel in northern Israel. It is the easternmost part of the al-Batuf Regional Council. It contains one fairly modern mosque and the trail head for the steep ascent of Mount Arbel. According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics the village had a population of 1,300 at the end of 2005.[1]

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