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   Hierarchy of Top of the TGN hierarchy (hierarchy root) Top of the TGN hierarchy (hierarchy root)
   Hierarchy of World (facet) .... World (facet)
   Hierarchy of Asia (continent) ........ Asia (continent)
   Hierarchy of Israel (nation) ............ Israel (nation)
   ................ Northern (national district)
View physical features .................... [ view physical features ]
   Hierarchy of Acre (inhabited place) ............................ Acre (inhabited place)
   ............................ Afiqim (inhabited place)
   ............................ Afula (inhabited place)
   ............................ ʻAfula ʻIllit (inhabited place)
   ............................ ʻAin Mallaha (deserted settlement)
   ............................ Almagor (inhabited place)
   ............................ Arbel (inhabited place)
   ............................ Arrāba (historic site)
   ............................ Ashmura (inhabited place)
   ............................ Avital (inhabited place)
   ............................ ʻAyn Jālūt (historic site)
   ............................ Bar'am (deserted settlement)
   ............................ Beit Shean (inhabited place)
   ............................ Bene Berit (inhabited place)
   ............................ Bet Alfa (inhabited place)
   ............................ Bet HaShitta (inhabited place)
   ............................ Beth She'arim (deserted settlement)
   ............................ Beẕet (inhabited place)
   ............................ Dabbūrīya (inhabited place)
   ............................ Daliyya (inhabited place)
   ............................ Deganya Alef (inhabited place)
   ............................ Dir El Assad (inhabited place)
   ............................ El ʻUbeidīya (deserted settlement)
   ............................ ʻEn Dor (inhabited place)
   ............................ ʻEn Nashut (ancient site)
   ............................ ʻEvron (inhabited place)
   Hierarchy of Galilee (general region) ............................ Galilee (general region)
   ............................ Gaʻton (inhabited place)
   ............................ Ginnosar (inhabited place)
   ............................ Gonen (inhabited place)
   ............................ HaGosherim (inhabited place)
   ............................ HaOn (inhabited place)
   ............................ Hattīn (inhabited place)
   ............................ Hatzor Haglilit (inhabited place)
   ............................ Hefzi Bah (inhabited place)
   ............................ Ḥorvat Dikke (deserted settlement)
   ............................ Horvat Minha (deserted settlement)
   ............................ Iksāl (inhabited place)
   ............................ Ẕippori (inhabited place)
   ............................ Jīsh (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kabri (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kafr Kannā (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kafr Mişr (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kafr Yāsīf (inhabited place)
   ............................ Karmi'el (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kaukab el-Hawwa (deserted settlement)
   ............................ Kefar Blum (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kefar Naẖum (deserted settlement)
   ............................ Kefar Shammay (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kefar Szold (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kfar Ha'roeh (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Ashdot Yaacov (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Ayelet Hashachar (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Dafna (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Dan (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Degania Bet (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Ein Gev (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Ein Harod (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Ein Hashofet (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Gesher Haziv (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Hanita (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Hazorea (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Lochamei Hagetaot (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Maayan Baruch (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Ramat Hashofet (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Shaar Hagolan (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kibbutz Tirat Zvi (inhabited place)
   ............................ Kiryat Shemona (inhabited place)
   ............................ Korazim (historic site)
   ............................ Kvutzat Kinneret (inhabited place)
   ............................ Liman (inhabited place)
   ............................ Maalot (inhabited place)
   ............................ Maghār (inhabited place)
   ............................ Majd Al-Krum (inhabited place)
   ............................ Ma'oz Hayyim (inhabited place)
   ............................ Mash-had (inhabited place)
   ............................ Megiddo (deserted settlement)
   ............................ Merẖavya (inhabited place)
   ............................ Meron (inhabited place)
   ............................ Metulla (inhabited place)
   ............................ Migdal (inhabited place)
   ............................ Migdal HaʻEmeq (inhabited place)
   ............................ Mishmar HaYarden (inhabited place)
   ............................ Monfor (deserted settlement)
   ............................ Moshav Alonei Abba (inhabited place)
   ............................ Nabratein (historic site)
   ............................ Nahalal (inhabited place)
   ............................ Nahariyya (inhabited place)
   ............................ Naḥf (inhabited place)
   ............................ Nazareth (inhabited place)
   ............................ Naẕerat ʻIllit (inhabited place)
   ............................ Nein (inhabited place)
   ............................ Omrit (deserted settlement)
   ............................ Peqiʻin H̲adasha (inhabited place)
   ............................ Rama (inhabited place)
   ............................ Rehov (inhabited place)
   ............................ Rosh Pina (inhabited place)
   ............................ Safad (inhabited place)
   ............................ Sakhnīn (inhabited place)
   ............................ Sasa (inhabited place)
   ............................ Senir (inhabited place)
   ............................ Shave Ẕiyyon (inhabited place)
   ............................ Shefaram (inhabited place)
   ............................ Shelomi (inhabited place)
   ............................ Shomera (inhabited place)
   ............................ Susita, Horbat (historic site)
   ............................ Tamra (inhabited place)
   ............................ Tel Bet Yerah (deserted settlement)
   ............................ Tel Hai (inhabited place)
   ............................ Tel H̲aẕor (deserted settlement)
   ............................ Tell Akko (deserted settlement)
   ............................ Tiberias (inhabited place)
   ............................ Yāfā (inhabited place)
   ............................ Yesod Hamaala (inhabited place)
   ............................ Yiftahel (deserted settlement)
   ............................ Yirkā (inhabited place)
   ............................ Yizreʻel (inhabited place)
   ............................ Yoqne'am (inhabited place)
   ............................ Ẕippori (deserted settlement)
   ............................ Zuttiyen (abandoned dwelling)
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