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Nofei Prat
Founded 1992
Founded by Jerusalem residents
Council Mateh Binyamin
Region Judean Desert
Coordinates 31°49′26.4″N 35°19′12.35″E / 31.824°N 35.3200972°E / 31.824; 35.3200972Coordinates: 31°49′26.4″N 35°19′12.35″E / 31.824°N 35.3200972°E / 31.824; 35.3200972

Nofei Prat (Hebrew: נוֹפֵי פְּרָת‎, lit. Prat Scenes) is a communal Israeli settlement in the West Bank. Located near Ma'ale Adumim, it falls under the jurisdiction of Mateh Binyamin Regional Council. In 2006 there were around 90 families living in the settlement. Currently (2009) it populates 140 families. Nofei Prat is a "mixed" settlement, having in residence both religious and secular families.

The village was established on part of the lands of Kfar Adumim in 1992 by a group of residents from Jerusalem. It was named after nearby Prat Stream.

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Nofei Prat as viewed from Almon

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