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Amirim, in its format as a vegetarian and vegan village, was established in 1958 A committed group of "nature freaks" settled on a rocky and exposed area, dwelling in small, standard structures. Long years of hard labor, patience and much investment brought Amirim to its present appearance. At a height of 600 meters above sea level, Amirim is endowed with the typical climate found in Israel's hilly areas – dry and hot in daytime and cool at night in transitional seasons and summer, and cold, sometimes snowy in winter. The village is situated on a southern slope, protected from northern winds by the Mt.Meron reserve, and exposed to the sun's rays mainly from the east and south. Like its name, Amirim is the highest of these hills, overlooking the Lower Galilee, Lake Kinneret and the Golan Heights. The village has three hilly extensions and between them are the wadis that carry rainwater, in wintertime, to Nahal Amud, flowing on to Lake Kinneret.
The homes in the village blend into the thick woods, and in the yards are stone terraces, scenic gardens and today -- vacation units. The quiet, pastoral atmosphere, clear mountain air, lush greenery, breathtaking views and deep blue of the Kinneret -- bestow a European flavor to the area.
The people of Amirim live a natural vegetarian/vegan life-style. Barbecues and mangals are not allowed, and there are no meat products (including fish and fowl).