Neot Kedumim, the Biblical Landscape Reserve in Israel (Hebrew: נאות קדומים) (lit. Places of Beauty of Ancient Times) is a Biblical garden and nature preserve located near Modi'in, mid-way between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, Israel which attempts to re-create the physical setting of the Bible. The park covers an area of about 2,500 dunams (2.5 km2; 0.97 sq mi). The idea of planting such a garden dates back to 1925. In 1964, land was allocated for the project with the help of Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion.
Neot Kedumim comprises a series of natural and agricultural landscapes, among them the Forest of Milk and Honey, the Dale of the Song of Songs, Isaiah's Vineyard and the Fields of the Seven Species. Signs are posted throughout the garden quoting relevant Jewish texts in Hebrew and English.
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- "Neot Kedumim-Who are we". official Neot Kdumim website. Retrieved 2012-07-26.
- "Neot Kdumim-History". official Neot Kedumim website. Retrieved 2012-07-26.
- About Neot Kedumim
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- Neot Kedumim, the Biblical Landscape Reserve in Israel (official website)
- בין אזובי הקיר לאהרונסוניית-פקטורובסקי, (Hebrew)