Archaeological Sites in Around Jerusalem and the Dead Sea

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Archaeological Sites in Around Jerusalem and the Dead Sea

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Beit Guvrin
This national park encompasses some 1,250 acres of rolling hills...
Parks, Archaeological Sites, Cave Beit Guvrin
 
Hisham's Palace
Known as Khirbet al-Mafjar in Arabic, the recently restored Hisham's...
Archaeological Sites Jericho
 
Museum of the Good Samaritan
About 2,000 years ago, thieves ambushed a man traveling the Jerusalem–Jericho...
Archaeological Sites Inn of the Good Samaritan
 
Qumran
The sandy caves in the cliffs north of the Dead Sea yielded the...
Archaeological Sites Qumran
 
Tel Arad
The 250-acre site of the biblical city of Arad (to the northwest...
Archaeological Sites Arad
 
Tel Beit Shemesh
This low-profile archaeological site has fine views of the fields...
Archaeological Sites Beit Shemesh
 
Tel Jericho
Also called Tel es-Sultan (Sultan's Hill), Tel Jericho covers...
Archaeological Sites Jericho
 
Telul Abu'Alayiq
The remains of the royal palace of the Hasmonean dynasty (2nd–1st...
Archaeological Sites Jericho
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