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      The Yarda Ruins are an archaeological excavation in northern Israel

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      By day the sun will not harm you, nor the moon by night. PSALM (121:6)

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      The Yarda Ruins – the remains of a Turkish manor house which was built in Israel at the end of the 19th century.

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