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Caesarea: Where silent ruins come to life [video]
Posted By Marian Lebor and Sally Halon On March 11, 2012 @ 12:00 am In See Israel | No Comments
Caesarea, named after a Roman emperor, contains some of the most well-preserved and magnificent Roman and Byzantine artifacts, from the aqueduct that provides a dramatic backdrop on the beach to the mosaics dating back 1,400 years.
Perhaps most famous of all is Caesarea’s Pete Dye-designed 18-hole golf course. But this city by the sea also boasts an all-seasons Underwater Archeological Park with four diving complexes.
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