Abel Beth Maacah

Abel Beth Maacah

Abel Beth Maacah is ancient biblical city that is mentioned in 2 Samuel 20.

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Akko

Akko

Akko or Acre (biblical Ptolemais) fell to the Muslims in the year 1291 CE.

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Antipatris

Antipatris

Antipatris or Tel Afek is an ancient site that protects the source springs of the Yarkon River.

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Beit Guvrin

Beit Guvrin

Beit Guvrin National Park is located to the south of the Elah Valley near modern-day Kibbutz Beit Guvrin.

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Beit Jamal Monastery

Beit Jamal Monastery

Beit Jamal Monastery preserves the ruins of a Byzantine church which is believed to be the burial place of Rabbi Gamilel I and Saint Stephen.

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Beit Shean National Park

Beit Shean National Park

Beit Shean is the place where King Saul’s body was hung in 1 Samuel 31.

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Belvoir Fortress

Belvoir Fortress

The Belvoir Fortress or ’Kochav HaYarden’ is a Crusader fortress located between Beth Shean and the Sea of Galilee.

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Ben Gurion International Airport

Ben Gurion International Airport

Ben Gurion International Airport is currently Israel’s only international airport. The airport serves both domestic (to Eilat) and outgoing international flights to most of the world.

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