• Beit Shearim National Park, Israel

    9 monthes ago - By Travel Magazine

    In July 2015, UNESCO inscribed the caves of Bet She'arim as a World Heritage Site. Flanked by green Mount Carmel on one side and the mountains of Lower Galilee on the other is a soft landscape of rounded, whitish hills. Here and there, Mount Tabor oaks grace the slopes, remnants of a once-great forest. On one of these hills, Sheikh Abreik Hill, was the ancient city of Bet She'arim. But most interesting here is not the hill - it's what's inside it: magnificent catacombs hewn by the ancient inhabitants with skill and talent that inspires us to this day.
    The Bet She'arim hills, with Mount...
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