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Tel Hazor National Park

Hazor, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was one of the most important cities in the ancient Near East due to its location on one of the region’s main trade routes. Its biblical history is rich: it was first conquered by Joshua and later became a main city of King Solomon. Archaeological excavations have produced fascinating finds, including a restored Canaanite palace bearing signs of a huge fire attributed to Joshua’s conquest, a gate and walls from King Solomon’s time and the Israelite water system that was one of the engineering marvels of its day.
Address: exit from route 90

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WebSite: Tel Hazor National Park

Categories: Archaeology and History , Nature and Animals , Parks

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