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Aqueduct of Caesarea (Mei Kedem), Caesarea
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Dating back to the rule of Herod, Aqueduct of Caesarea (Mei Kedem) provides a glimpse into thousands of years of local history. Part of ancient city infrastructure, the aqueduct supplied water to Caesarea for over 1,000 years. Today, visitors can walk through part of the underground tunnel--dress appropriate for moist spaces, and expect water to reach all the day up to your knees. Use our Caesarea travel itinerary planner to add Aqueduct of Caesarea (Mei Kedem) and other attractions to your Caesarea vacation plans.
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  • When you visited the nearby Roman ruinområde so it's time for a bath in the sea. Fantastic beach, big, long and not cluttered by people. The aqueduct runs along the entire beach, a cool combination.
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  • Very spectacular to see, is right next to a very nice beach, so makes for a worthwhile visit. Free too. 
  • 15km to save the clean water from the beach away from Mount Carmel to construction. We have seen the appearance of the present remains, but only 900m remains of its only remaining at the time of a huge enough as you can imagine.
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