Masada, one of Israel’s most famous sites, sits atop a mountain plateau on the edge of the Judean Desert.
Inside a cave just a short distance from the Dead Sea, a boy from the Bedouin tribe of Tamara discovered ceramic pots.
East of the Old City of Jerusalem, of religious importance to Jews and Christians
A kibbutz in the Jezreel Valley in the Lower Galilee and the archaelogical site of Armageddon
Archaeological site, hosts outdoor activities, mountain view tours, animal life, naturally formed sculptures
Palace-fortress built by King Herod, south of Jerusalem
The Southern Wall: at the southern end of the Temple Mount, is the southern side of the Second Temple built by King Herod
One of the eleven gates leading into the Old City of Jerusalem
Two Archaeological Sites from the early Canaanite and Israelite periods
An important archaeological site with a Roman amphitheater, Jewish cemetery, public baths, mosiacs, burial caves
Archaeological site of caves used during the Bar Kochba Revolt
On the Mediterranean Coastline, Caesarea National Park features centuries of history of Hellenistic, Phoenician, Hasmonean and Roman rule
King David’s Tomb is considered to be the final resting place of David, Israel’s second king and writer of the Psalms
Shivta National Park is an ancient Nabatean or Byzantine city in the Negev Desert
In 1986 Tel Beer Sheva was declared a national park. Visit the archaeological site and see the remains of this center of government
The largest monastery in Israel the Kursi Monastery is from the Byzantine era and is surrounded by a national park
Ashkelon National Park is the location of the ancient city of Ashkelon. Travel through centuries of rich history
Solomon's Pools were part of a complex water system which supplied water to Herodium and Jerusalem.
The Old City of Acre is an ancient port town whose varied architectural remains reflect its long history
The Herodian Quarter is a complex of 6 Roman houses located in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem
Archaeologists have revealed a settlement dating back 6000 years in the Beer Sheva River
The City of David is one of Jerusalem’s busiest and most popular tourist attractions.
Yehiam Fortress is an archaeological site located in Kibbutz Yehiam, in the western Galilee
One of the most beautiful beaches in the country features a rocky shoreline, inlets and lagoons and a natural and an artificial sea water pool
The Khan, one of the most beautiful sites in the old city of Acre, was built as an inn where traders could rest on their long sea journeys and store their wares
The Hospitaller Fortress (the Citadel of Acre) is a massive fortress built by Crusaders during the 12th century
The Western Wall Tunnel is an underground tunnel which shows us the full length of the Western Wall
Capernaum was Jesus' main base during his Galilean ministry and was where he healed the sick and calmed a storm on the Sea of Galilee
Beit Shean National Park: Archeological enthusiasts and everyone will be amazed at the excavations here – some of the most remarkable in Israel.
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