The large royal winery now being unearthed at Herodium sheds light, among other things, on the reasons for the flourishing of vineyards and numerous winepresses in Judea at the end of the Second Temple period.Read about it
Sixteen sites in Israel, whose conservation is considered of international importance, have been declared World Heritage Sites.Read about it
Megiddo was one of the strongest and most important cities of Canaan. The remains of the palaces, temples, gates, and the sophisticated water system of the city are evidence of its great power.
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Nestled in the heart of the Jezreel Valley, Bet She'arim National Park stands as a monumental testament to Jewish history and heritage. As the final resting place of many prominent Jewish figures, including Rabbi Yehuda HaNasi, the park offers a unique window into ancient Jewish burial customs, art, and inscriptions.Read about it