Nisanit

Nisanit was the largest Israeli settlement in the northern tip of the in a mini-settlement bloc including and . While Nisanit was under the municipal authority of the Hof Aza Regional Council it was not physically in the Gush Katif bloc where the bulk of the 'Gush Katif' settlements were located.

Landmarks in the Area

Border checkpoint
The Erez Crossing is a border crossing on the Israel–Gaza barrier located at the northern end of the , on the border with . is situated 1¼ km east of Nisanit. Photo: Zero0000, Public domain.

Ruins
Elei Sinai was an Israeli settlement in the north of the . is situated 3½ km northwest of Nisanit. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Ruins
Dugit was an Israeli settlement located in the northern tip of the closest to the shore of the in a mini-settlement bloc including and . is situated 4 km west of Nisanit. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Ruins
Bayt Jirja was a Palestinian Arab village 15.5 km Northeast of . is situated 6 km northeast of Nisanit.

Localities in the Area

Town
Beit Hanoun or Beit Hanun is a city on the northeast edge of the . is situated 2½ km south of Nisanit.

Town
Beit Lahia or Beit Lahiya is a city located in the north of , near and the 1949 Armistice Line with . is situated 3 km southwest of Nisanit.

Town
Jabalia also Jabalya is a Palestinian city located 4 kilometers north of . is situated 4½ km southwest of Nisanit. Photo: ISM Palestine, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Village
Karmia is a kibbutz in southern . Located between and the , it falls under the jurisdiction of Hof Ashkelon Regional Council. is situated 5 km north of Nisanit. Photo: Dtarad, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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