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Tel Aviv Sights

Summit Park

  • Kedumim Square St.
  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Updated 05/29/2013

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Seven archaeological layers have been unearthed in a part of this park called Ramses II Garden. The oldest sections of wall (20 feet thick) have been identified as part of a Hyksos city dating from the 17th century BC. Other remains include part of a 13th-century BC city gate inscribed with the name of Ramses II; a Canaanite city; a Jewish city from the time of Ezra and Nehemiah; Hasmonean ruins from the 2nd century BC; and traces of Roman occupation. At the summit is

a stone sculpture called Faith, in the shape of a gateway, which depicts biblical stories.

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Address:

Kedumim Square St., Tel Aviv, 69037, Israel

Updated 05/29/2013

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