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A Photography Exhibition in the Nature Park

The Memorial Gardens at Ramat Hanadiv are surrounded by 4,700 dunams of a surprisingly beautiful Nature Park: archaeological sites, wildlife, hiking trails, and rich, diverse vegetation. The biodiversity, wonderful heritage, and expertise in open landscape management make Ramat Hanadiv very unique. We see rare plants here, we nurture endangered animals here, hikers can experience nature and heritage close up here, we feel the wind and touch the earth here, we learn about the interface between humans and nature here, and tens of research studies are performed here to protect nature for everyone.

“Following Nature’s Lead” is our way to use the camera lens to capture the magic that takes place here at any given moment and pay it forward. Through their unique, sensitive eyes, 80 photographers selected moments in which they followed nature’s lead; Twenty of them were selected for the exhibition that is on display on the lawn at the entrance to the gardens.

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Of further interest...

Accessibility

Physically Disabled in the Gardens

Many trails traverse the Memorial Gardens. We recommend this route, but you
can choose to walk another route.

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Sustainability

Horticultural Therapy at Ramat Hanadiv

Many studies have demonstrated the link between a green environment, nature or flowering gardens and feelings of calmness and serenity, enjoyment and vitality

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Dining Here

Dining

To complete your Ramat Hanadiv experience, you are cordially invited to enjoy the culinary pleasures of Mata’im, the cafe-restaurant on our premises.

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