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Archaeological Site

Ketef Hinnom

Ketef Hinnom is an archaeological site in Jerusalem containing a burial caves dating back to the First Temple period. Thousands of years ago this area was a necropolis, like the …

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Korazim

Korazim National Park contains the ruins of the ancient Jewish city of Korazim located in Israel’s the Galilee. The town was first mentioned in sources from the Second Temple period, …

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Megiddo

Tel Megiddo National park holds the archaeological remains of the ancient Biblical city of Megiddo, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Megiddo, was one of the most important cities …

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Tel Beer Sheva

Tel Beer Sheva National Park is the archaeological remains of the Biblical city of Be’er Sheva (Beersheba) and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park is most popular for …

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Tel Arad

Tel Arad National Park holds the archaeological remains of the ancient biblical Canaanite city of Arad. Tel Arad is one of the most important archaeological sites in Israel, on which …

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Nimrod Fortress

Nimrod Fortress National Park, located on a ridge in the northern Golan, contains the largest castle remaining in Israel from the Middle Ages. It is named after a biblical hero, …

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