Beit She'an National Park, Beit She'an

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National Park
Visit one of the world's biggest archeological sites at Beit She'an National Park, containing ruins of an ancient city that reached its peak during the Roman and Byzantine empires. Tour the grounds to soak up some local history, take in vistas from atop a Biblical mound, attend a performance at the Roman theater, or view a multimedia show designed to bring the past closer to the modern tourist. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Beit She'an National Park and many more Beit She'an attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Beit She'an family vacation planner.
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  • We were surprised to see another large Roman site. They sure were masterful builders. This is an interesting and well preserved site. It was interesting to see the model of the city in its heyday, ver...  more »
  • אחד המקומות המדהימים והלא מספיק מוכרים בארץ שמאפשרים לטייל בתוך ההסטוריה. העתיקות ששרדו מספרים על העיר הגדולה הפעילה, סגנון החיים והפנאי. מומלץ לטייל עם מדריך מקצועי. אנחנו טיילנו עם מדריך כזה שהעשיר ...  more »
  • The site you visit starting at the top and the vision that you have in the collection is really impressive, it seems ... and also here the Herculaneum destruction occurred in the 7th century due to a terrible earthquake whose power you note the lap the huge broken columns on more points lying on the ground. Well preserved Roman archeological zone less note of Caesarea maritima but to visit with an authentic and monumental Theatre latrine!
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  • A great site for a review and appreciation of the Holy Land in Biblical times. A well preserved city center from and Byzantine times, that was knocked down by a devestating earth quake in 749 CE. Finds from Canaanite times to the Middle Ages, including the biggest bath house ever found in Israel, a theatre, an Amphitheatre, a net of streets and even a public Latrine and a brothel..