Situated in the southern part of the Golan, Gamla was built on a mountain shaped like a camel’s hump, from which it derives its name. The steep ravines precluded the need to build a wall except along the town’s eastern edge, as seen in this photo.
The technical details – the photo was taken with a Nikon DSLR camera on June 1 (ISO 800, 65mm, F13 at 1/800 sec).
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