The Urinals of Rosh Hanikra

Rosh Hanikra, the northenmost point in Israel on the border with Lebanon, is home to spectacular natural grottoes.

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"The name [Rosh Hanikra] means "head of the cave" and is where numerous impressive sea caves at the foot of the cliff, which may be reached by cable car, may be found. The longest cave is 200m long. The cliff consits of white chalk, and looks similar to the cliffs of Dover. The caves were formed by the work of the sea water, following fracture zones in the rock which are weaker than undisturbed rocks."