Monday, July 9, 2012

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July 09, 2012
Let the Dead Sea Bring You to Life
The Dead Sea sits in the Syrian-African Rift Valley, a geographical fault that stretches south to East Africa and occupies a remarkable landscape of rose-colored cliffs, pillars of salt billowing from the water, and the peaks of Jordan in the distance. But at 1,373 feet below sea level, the Dead Sea is the lowest point on the entire planet. The beaches here are not for tourists looking to frolic in Riviera-like fashion; the copious level of saline makes the water too dense for swimming. Instead, you just float, naturally and effortlessly, while the water's 21 minerals—including sulfur, magnesium, calcium, bromine, and potassium—are said to promote relaxation, nourish the skin, and stimulate circulation.

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