Rimmon Perez

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Rimmon Perez or Rimmon-Parez (Hebrew: רִמֹּן פָּרֶץ‎) is one of the stations of the Israelites in the wilderness during the Exodus.

The name means a pomegranate breach, or Rimmon of the breach. It may be the modern place Makhtesh-Ramon; Arabic: Wadi er Rummun, which lies in the midst of a great "breach" in the earth, an erosion crater. This is near Ain el Qadeis, which is identified by some as Kadesh Barnea

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Coordinates: 29°29′40″N 34°43′38″E / 29.49444°N 34.72722°E / 29.49444; 34.72722