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Dead Sea Kimmel Eshkolot Architects

Dead Sea
Visitor Centre

Dead Sea Visitor Centre | מרכז מבקרים ים המלח

Workers Village Visitor Centre in the lowest place on earth – Sodom, the Dead Sea

Completed in 2021

Restoration and preservation of the "Potash company site" in Sodom. The site, located in the south of the Dead Sea on Route 90, served from 1934 until the early 1950s as the labour camp of The potash plants of Eretz Israel.
The "Potash Company site" in Sodom will be restored as an open-air museum, for visitors from all groups age and mobility. The site will reflect the way of life and the way of working in the isolated region of the country and will convey the power of vision and determination of the people who not only dreamed and conceived,
but, despite all the constraints, planned and executed and by the way, turned the Dead Sea into a living sea, shaped the history of the Dead Sea and the State of Israel in modern times have made it impossible To reality.
The visitor centre will be spread over the entire area of ​​the original labour camp.
The centre will include a complex of content-based attractions that will provide a diverse visiting experience for a variety Wide of Audiences (Theme Park).

Location
Israel
City
Sodom
Year
2021
Client
Dead Sea Factory
Status
Completed
Program
Culture
Themes
Visitor Centre
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Dead Sea Visitor Centre
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Dead Sea Visitor Centre
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Dead Sea Kimmel Eshkolot Architects
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Dead Sea Kimmel Eshkolot Architects
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Dead Sea Visitor Centre
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Dead Sea Visitor Centre
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Dead Sea Visitor Centre
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Dead Sea Visitor Centre
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Dead Sea
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Dead Sea
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Design Team
Architect Inbal Pintzov
Architect Liran Malka
Photographer
Amit Gosher