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 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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Caesarea National Park

Caesarea National Park

Caesarea Maritima is the Roman-style port city built by Herod the Great in the 1st century BCE (approximately 20 BCE). The ancient city boasted a number of monumental architectural achievements, including a port built with water soluble cement, a theat

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Caesarea Philippi - Banias

Caesarea Philippi - Banias

Caesarea Philippi is located at the base of Mount Hermon and is believed to be the place where Jesus reveals himself to Peter, James & John in Matthew 16:13.

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Ein Gedi National Park

Ein Gedi National Park

Ein Gedi National Park is a nature reserve that protects Nahal David (’David Ravine’), the Ein Gedi Spring and its faunal and animal life.

According to 1 Samuel 24, it is here that David hid from King Saul.

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Gamla

Gamla

Gamla is an ancient city in the Golan Heights. Gamla literally means ’the camel,’ and it is denoted as such because of the shape of the hill upon which the city sits.

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Hamat Tiberias

Hamat Tiberias

Hamat Tiberias (Hamat Teverya) is a national park in Israel, next to the Sea of Galilee, that preserves natural hot springs and archaeological remains from the Talmudic and Turkish periods.

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