Punon

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Coordinates: 30°37′40″N 35°29′36″E / 30.62778°N 35.49333°E / 30.62778; 35.49333

Punon old water reservoir

Punon (Hebrew: פּוּנֹן‎,Arabic: فُونُون‎) is an ancient city in the Arava, Jordan. It was a center of Copper and Iron mines in biblical times. Today it is called Feinan or Faynan.

Punon was one of the places (or "stations") visited by the Israelites during the Exodus.

"They traveled from Tzalmonah, and encamped in Punon." (Numbers 33:42)

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