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Tel Gezer

Situated on the crossroads near the International Coastal Highway and also guarding the primary route into the Israelite hill country, Gezer was one of the most strategic cities in the ...

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The Crusader Castle at Caesaria

Caesarea Theater

  Caesarea National Park Caesarea National Park is one of, if not Israel’s, most impressive archaeological site. Caesarea is a dream attraction because there is a unique Caesaria for visitors ...

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Spelunking at Hirbat Midras

Hirbat Midras  About 15miles south of Bet Shemesh in Park Adulam in the heart of the Shfela, Midras had a significant population during the Second Temple period destroyed in the Bar Kochba ...

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Dig for a Day

Archaeological Seminars Institute You could have knocked me over with a feather when I saw these tourists digging with a trowel in a cave  at Tel Maresha in the Beit ...

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Caesaria Roman Theater

Do you want to know what a “Vomitorium” is? It is not what you think. It is the term for the crowded exit of a Caesaria Roman Theater. You can ...

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The Most Spectacular Caves in Israel

Israel the Camel, the mascot of “IsraelandYou” recommends that you make time to visit the most spectacular, family friendly and accessible cave in Israel – in the Beit Guvrin-Maresha National ...

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Mini Israel Park

Mini Israel Park is the Israeli Madurodam. 385  exact 1:25 dioramas in full miniature detail of Israel’s most important religious, historical,  archeological and modern sites – on dollhouse scale – arranged in the ...

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Best Beaches in Israel

beaches in israel

Israel is a real beach nation and the question of which are the best beaches in Israel is one of great controversy and debate. Life’s a beach in Israel. From the urban beaches in ...

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Nimrod Fortress

The Nimrod Fortress was considered a Crusader castle for many years until recent archaeological efforts proved that this was a mistake, as you can see below. I love the fortress ...

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Port of Caesaria

The old port – Herod’s Harbor Once the site of a Phoenician port, over the course of 12 years Herod built Caesarea (Keysarya or Caesaria) into the grandest city other than Jerusalem in Judaea, ...

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