Most of territory of Israel lies in subtropical climatic zone. Yet there are regions with dry and moderate tropical weather conditions. Despite relatively small size of country difference in temperatures may reach 10 °C (≈18 °F). Depending on distance to the sea, humidity and altitude same temperatures is felt differently.
Jerusalem is one of the oldest cities in the world and concurrently it is the capital of Israel. Jerusalem is situated between the Mediterranean and the Dead Seas on the plateau in Judaean Mountains. Climate of the city is influenced by multiple factors: elevation (754 m or 2470 ft. above sea level), the Mediterranean Sea and deserts of the Arabian Peninsula.
Israel is the country in Near East. Its western part is washed by the Mediterranean Sea and its Sothern tip reaches gulf of Akaba (the Red Sea). Most of the countries territory lies on the Negev Plateau. It is flat highland with arid climate. Also there are smooth hills and short mountains of Galilee and coastal plains.
Israel is the country in near East at eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Southern tip of the countries territory reaches the Gulf of Aquaba (Red Sea). Roughly there are four main types of relief: narrow coastal plain at the Mediterranean Sea, smooth central hills and mountains, Jordan Valley at eastern border of the country and Negev plateau.