Three suspects found with metal detector and digging equipment claim they were looking for "worms to go fishing. " Ashkelon National Park [File] photo credit: Wikimedia Commons) Three Beduin men were arrested Friday night for breaking into and attempting to loot an ancient burial site in Ashkelon National Park, the Israel Antiquities Authority Robbery Prevention Unit announced on Sunday. According to an IAA spokesman, the suspects, all in their 30s, drove an SUV from their village outside Beersheba to the Byzantine-era tomb equipped with a sophisticated metal detector and digging equipment. “They broke into the ancient tombs and during their digging caused irreparable damage to gravestones, ancient pottery, and coffins, ” said IAA robbery unit inspector and archeologist Guy Fitoussi. Noting that numerous antiquity sites in the southern port city area have been looted over the last several months, Fitoussi said he and his team have initiated nightly stakeouts to catch suspects. Fitoussi said the three men were arrested and taken for questioning by Ashkelon police. During their interrogation, he said the suspects denied looting the site, claiming that they were searching for worms to fish with at a nearby dock. An Ashkelon Magistrates Court judge ordered them remanded pending an investigation. Fitoussi said their activities caused “irreversible damage” to the 1, 500-year-old site, including to pottery and the three graves they attempted to open. “What they were looking for is whats inside the coffin; the coins and jewelry buried with the dead, ” he said, adding that none appeared to be stolen. “In ancient times they buried their dead with artifacts that belonged to the deceased persons, believing the dead will take it with them to the next world, ” Fitoussi continued. “These items are kept intact in the tombs, and therefore are of particular interest to grave robbers. ” He said the damage sustained from the looting will seriously hinder important future archeological research. “They destroyed remnants from an ancient site for greed, preventing the ability to carry out research at a historical site by destroying valuable clues to understanding the culture of the inhabitants in ancient times, ” Fitoussi lamented. He noted that damage to an archeological site is a serious offense, punishable by up to five years in prison, and that indictments are expected to be filed against all three suspects in the coming days. The looting of antiquities sites for valuable relics is not uncommon, and has resulted in a number of arrests throughout the country since the robbery prevention unit was established. On December 31, a Beit Shemesh man was arrested after looting some 800 ancient coins, bronze objects, and jewelry from an archeological site in the city. One week earlier, the unit arrested two Arabs and two Israelis who attempted to loot buried gold from a protected ancient cave near the West Bank, which they allegedly intended to sell on the black market.
Ashkelon National Park גן לאומי אשקלון Nearest city Ashkelon Coordinates 3139′50″N 3432′45″E. 31. 66389N 34. 54583E Coordinates: 3139′50″N 3432′45″E. 31. 54583E Roman ruins at Ashkelon National Park Ashkelon National Park ( Hebrew: גן לאומי אשקלון ) is an Israeli national park along the shore of the Mediterranean sea southwest of the city of Ashkelon. The national park is situated in the heart of ancient Ashkelon. It is surrounded by a wall built in the mid-12th century by the Fatimid Caliphate. The wall was originally 2, 200 meters in length, 50 meters in width and 15 meters in height. The remains of the wall are located in the eastern and southern parts of the national park. The site contains archeological remains of the different civilizations that lived in the area, including Canaanites, Philistines, Persians, Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Muslims and Crusaders. Roman remains include marble and granite columns and capitals, a Roman basilica and Roman statues. The site also features a Middle Bronze Age gate with the world's earliest arch, dating back to approximately 1850 BCE. citation needed] Archaeology [ edit] In 1815, Lady Hester Stanhope 's expedition to Ashkelon constituted the first modern archaeological excavation in Palestine. Using a medieval Italian manuscript as her guide, she persuaded the Ottoman authorities to allow her to excavate the site in search of a large hoard of gold coins allegedly buried under the ruins of the Ashkelon mosque. The governor of Jaffa, Abu Nabbut (Father of the Cudgel) was ordered to accompany her. On the second day of digging, the lower foundation walls of the mosque were discovered at a depth of three or four feet, along with fragments of marble pillars, a Corinthian capital, a faience vessel, and two small pottery phials. Further exploration revealed several distinct phases in the history of the structure, leading to the conclusion that the site had originally been a pagan temple converted into a church and then a mosque. Stanhope's main find was a seven-foot headless marble statue, which was smashed and thrown into the sea.  In 1921, the British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem began excavations at Ashkelon, focusing on the same columns and semi-circular wall explored by Lady Hester. They dated the earliest structure, featuring Corinthian columns and a row of pedestals, to Herod. The foot and arm of a colossal marble statue were found at this level. The British excavators identified the structure as a municipal council hall.  In 1985, Harvard University archaeologist Lawrence Stager led an excavation of the seaport. Beginning in 2007, excavation projects have focused on the Early Iron and Late Bronze Age phases in Grid 38, the only area with a sequence that traces all periods, from Early Bronze through the Islamic and Crusader eras. This area also provides a complete record of Philistine occupation, from their arrival in the early 12th century BC to the destruction of Ashkelon by Nebuchadnezzar in 604 BC.  In 2007, ground penetrating radar (GPR) was used to find remains of the Islamic ramparts and a major basilica in the Roman Forum. In 2009, GPR and probes were used in combination to study the city's medieval fortifications.  Excavations have revealed the largest known dog cemetery in the ancient world.  See also [ edit] Archeology of Israel Syro-Palestinian archaeology References [ edit] External links [ edit] Ashkelon National Park at Arch. Lilach Strul, The Canaanite Gate:Conservation, presentation and development of the Canaanite gate and its surroundings, Israel Antiquities Authority Site - Conservation Department.
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حسبنا اللة ونعمة الوكيل علي الصهاينة هاى فليسطططططين مو اسرائيل. העיר הכי טובה בעולם. فلسطين ياغالية يحيا المغرب. Ashkelon national park israel. Itu bukan pantainya Israel tapi pantainya Palestina( beach Palestina. Points of interest The Canaanite Gate The rampart Mediaeval walls The Roman basilica Recreation park in the heart of nature Bathing beach Antilia wells Natural sand dune and kurkar (eolianite, calcareous sandstone) landscapes Modern 10, 000 seat amphitheater for cultural events details The Canaanite Gate: The Canaanite gate in Ashkelon was built of mud and kurkar bricks. It is dated to 1850 BCE, and is considered to be the oldest vaulted gate in the world. The gate is built in the form of a 15 m long corridor, almost 4 m in height and more than 2 m wide. It appears that carts, laden with goods and drawn by oxen and donkeys, passed through it on their way to and from the port. The gate was in use for some 250 years, and was then buried under a new earth rampart. A city gate was built elsewhere, in a location that is as yet unknown. Outside the gate, on the slope leading down to the sea, a small temple was found in which there was a statuette of a calf, 10. 5 cm high, made of bronze – one of the most beautiful finds from ancient Ashkelon. Worship of the calf is identified with the ritual of El or Baal, the father of the Canaanite gods. The Canaanite rampart: The ruins of Ashkelon are surrounded by an enormous earthen rampart. The rampart marked the borders of the settlement, in the form of a semicircle that is around 2200 m in length. This is a huge earth wall, rising to a height of 15 m, and over 30 m wide at its base. The earthen rampart was the basis for a system of fortifications and a glacis. The glacis was built of a mixture of mud bricks and kurkar, and its exterior wall was built of chiseled kurkar. To the west there is no existing rampart, either because it was destroyed by the waves, or because it never existed at all in its land-side form. The rampart was built in the Middle Bronze Age (2000 – 1550 BCE) and served the residents of Ashkelon for over 500 years. Mediaeval walls: The walls of Ashkelon, whose impressive remains still stand, were built by the Fatimid Muslims in the 12th century, to fortify the city against the Crusaders. The wall had four gates: Jerusalem Gate, Gaza Gate, Jaffa Gate, and Sea Gate, named for the directions in which they left the city. To the east of the Canaanite gate is an impressive section of the wall rising above a deep moat. The waves have destroyed part of the sea wall, affording impressive views of sections of the wall in which columns and other architectural elements from earlier buildings have been incorporated. The Roman basilica: In the center of the national park are the remains of a columned structure from the Roman period (2nd century or beginning of 3rd century CE. This was the citys basilica – a courtyard surrounded by rows of columns, whose walls and floor were made of marble. The length of the row of columns was 110 m. The basilica was the focus of public life in the city. Bathing beach: During bathing season (April to October) there is a regulated bathing beach in the park, with lifeguard services, showers and toilets. Antilia wells: Within the national park there are 67 wells, the majority of them from the Byzantine period. Five of these are antilia wells. Natural sand dune and kurkar landscapes: The southern part of Ashkelon National Park is a nature reserve for the unique world of sand dune flora and fauna. Because of the arid nature of the sandy soil, and the geographic proximity to the desert dunes and the sea, the area is dominated by desert vegetation such as white broom and Artemisia monosperma, but there are also Mediterranean plants such as spiny broom. Close to the shore is a unique type of vegetation, including the sea daffodil and sea cudweed, that has adapted to the conditions of the salty spray coming from the sea. The amphitheater: The south-eastern part of the incline of the Canaanite rampart is utilized for the seats of the modern 10, 000 seat amphitheater, in which cultural events are held.
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Pantai yang indah. Beautiful seaside. Salam dari Jakarta. Attraction Type: Public Parks & Gardens, Region: South, Address: Ashkelon National Park Source: Israel Nature and Parks Authority Region: South The park contains archaeological remains of what was once a major Philistine city. It includes Tel Ashkelon, with its arched city gate from the Canaanite period, some 3, 800 years old, a public building and sculptures from the Roman period, and ruins of Crusader fortifications. The park also has spacious lawns, picnic areas and a public beach. Products specifications Attraction Type Public Parks & Gardens Region City Ashkelon Address Ashkelon National Park Phone +972-8-6736444 Opening Hours Summer: Sunday: 08:00 - 20:00, Monday: 08:00 - 20:00, Tuesday: 08:00 - 20:00, Wednesday: 08:00 - 20:00, Thursday: 08:00 - 20:00, Friday: 08:00 - 20:00, Saturday: 08:00 - 20:00, Holiday eve: 08:00 - 20:00 Winter: Sunday: 08:00 - 16:00, Monday: 08:00 - 16:00, Tuesday: 08:00 - 16:00, Wednesday: 08:00 - 16:00, Thursday: 08:00 - 16:00, Friday: 08:00 - 16:00, Saturday: 08:00 - 16:00, Holiday eve: 08:00 - 16:00 Notes for opening hours Yom Kippur evening: 08:00 - 13:00 Parking Yes Suitable for Children Accessibility Unknown URL The park contains archaeological remains of what was once a major Philistine city. The park also has spacious lawns, picnic areas and a public beach.
FBI Director Robert Mueller reported for duty at his new job one week before the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States. There were two "war on terror" events that happened shortly after, and so Mueller became a leader of the "war on terror" AKA the "war on islamic extremism" Trump talks about. For Mueller and the deep state, the "war on terror" is a politically lucrative business that they want to continue without end, whereas Trump wants to end it. Here's how this "deep state" war on terror led by Mueller started: 1st The first was 9/11's aftermath This part is important, because Mueller failed any follow-up with the likely Saudi secret service involvement, the role of the Arab Gulf states in supporting these groups, or the very important "dancing Israelis" event. All of Muellers attention and the "war on terror" went solely to the (uninvolved) secular Arab countries The Saudi involvement was redacted and covered up entirely Fresh evidence submitted in a major 9/11 lawsuit moving forward against the Saudi Arabian government reveals its embassy in Washington may have funded a “dry run” for the hijackings carried out by two Saudi employees, further reinforcing the claim that employees and agents of the kingdom directed and aided the 9/11 hijackers and plotters. Two years before the airliner attacks, the Saudi Embassy paid for two Saudi nationals, living undercover in the US as students, to fly from Phoenix to Washington “in a dry run for the 9/11 attacks, ” alleges the amended complaint filed on behalf of the families of some 1, 400 victims who died in the terrorist attacks 16 years ago. The court filing provides new details that paint “a pattern of both financial and operational support” for the 9/11 conspiracy from official Saudi sources, lawyers for the plaintiffs say. In fact, the Saudi government may have been involved in underwriting the attacks from the earliest stages — including testing cockpit security. During a November 1999 America West flight to Washington, Qudhaeein and Shalawi are reported to have tried multiple times to gain access to the cockpit of the plane in an attempt to test flight-deck security in advance of the hijackings. “After they boarded the plane in Phoenix, they began asking the flight attendants technical questions about the flight that the flight attendants found suspicious, ” according to a summary of the FBI case files. “When the plane was in flight, al-Qudhaeein asked where the bathroom was; one of the flight attendants pointed him to the back of the plane, ” it added. “Nevertheless, al-Qudhaeein went to the front of the plane and attempted on two occasions to enter the cockpit. ” The pilots were so spooked by the Saudi passengers and their aggressive behavior that they made an emergency landing in Ohio. On the ground there, police handcuffed them and took them into custody. Though the FBI later questioned them, it decided not to pursue prosecution. Mueller wasn't in charge at this time, but he was in charge later post-9/11 when the Saudi files were redacted The very interesting "dancing Israelis" event was also covered up and redacted under Muellers watch "One report about a group of Middle Eastern men spotted the morning of September 11th parked just across the river from New York City has not gone away investigation of their presence has led to questions about whether Israel was conducting espionage on US soil we're joined now by ABC's John Miller with an exclusive report this evening" that's right Elizabeth this is a case that took the FBI and the CIA more than two months to sort out while five Israelis waited in jail it began when this woman was watching the Twin Towers burning from her apartment in New Jersey she noticed three men on top of a van posing for pictures with the towers burning in the background and I could see that they were like happy you know they they they weren't did he look shocked to me you know they didn't look shocked I thought it was very strange the witness called police who stopped the van hours later and arrested five men all five it turns out were Israeli they were turned over to the FBI sources tell ABC News during a check of National Security databases some of the men were listed as having had connections with Israeli intelligence at the FBI that set off alarm bells" 2 The second was the largely forgotten anthrax attack (again various conspiracy theories point to Zionist/Israeli false flag perpetrators) The 2001 anthrax attacks, also known as Amerithrax from its Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) case name, occurred within the United States over the course of several weeks beginning on September 18, 2001, one week after the September 11 attacks. Letters containing anthrax spores were mailed to several news media offices and two Democratic U. S. Senators (Tom Daschle and Patrick Leahy) killing 5 people and infecting 17 others. According to the FBI, the ensuing investigation became "one of the largest and most complex in the history of law enforcement. 3] Back to 9/11: I don't know much about the "dancing Israelis" myself, I'm not quite sure what happened on 9/11, all I know is that Mueller completely ruined the investigation and Trump (perhaps 5D chess intentionally, or perhaps "accidentally" drew attention to this Trumps claim of 9/11 celebration in New Jersey is based on arrest of 5 ‘laughing Israelis Donald Trumps nutty/scary claim that he saw thousands of Muslims celebrating the 9/11 attacks in Jersey City has been widely debunked in the media, but few are pointing out the story on which Trumps claim is likely based: the arrest of five Israeli employees of a moving company who were said to have watched the towers fall from Weehawken, NJ, with jovial expressions. Trump himself has sought to back up his claim by tweeting a passage from an article in the Washington Post on September 18. That article said: In Jersey City, within hours of two jetliners plowing into the World Trade Center, law enforcement authorities detained and questioned a number of people who were allegedly seen celebrating the attacks and holding tailgate-style parties on rooftops while they watched the devastation on the other side of the river. Who was detained? Jim Galloway at remembers that it was Israeli employees of a moving company: They were Israeli and Jewish – young men making asses of themselves, as some young men are wont to do…. apparently laughing, clowning and photographing themselves Trumps tweet cited infowars for this "celebrating muslims" claim and Infowars, as we are now aware, is led by Alex Jones who is more aware than he lets on about Israeli false flags and jewish involvement in them. So that leads me to believe in some 5D chess. Anyways back to Mueller: these people were later deported after a couple months of questioning, no follow up investigations, and Mueller helped later lead the blame for terrorism on Islamic countries (specifically Iraq and WMD's) Mueller additionally monopoized and ruined the investigation on the anthrax attacks. Mueller is an important character for the "deep state" because OBAMA KEPT HIM. FBI DIRECTOR Robert Mueller, a Republican who was appointed 10 years ago by President George W. Bush, has been paid a supreme compliment: Bushs Democratic successor wants to keep him on the job another two years. Before agreeing to extend his term, though, Congress and President Obama should examine Muellers role in overseeing one of the most consequential investigations in the annals of federal law enforcement. Muellers transforming of the FBI from a conventional law enforcement agency to one whose top priority became preventing terrorism. My research for “The Mirage Man, a book that explores the anthrax letter attacks of 2001, documents that Mueller exerted far-reaching control over the FBI-led “Amerithrax investigation. The FBIs commitment to the dog evidence served to misdirect the investigation for years — and it could have been averted, based on well-publicized murder and rape cases in which the dogs reliability had been discredited. The wrong turns were not limited to the bloodhounds. Agents kept Hatfill under prolonged, 24/7 surveillance, openly following his every move. Though consistent with Muellers reordering of bureau priorities to prevent further acts of terrorism, this left fewer agents available to scrutinize other potential leads and suspects. He kept the FBI resources WASTED under nonstop/incompetent misdirection in this important investigation On Aug. 6, 2008, just days after Bruce Ivinss suicide, officials prepared to announce that he, alone, carried out the anthrax mailings. This was Muellers moment to preside over the apparent resolution of one of the most important cases in US history. After all, the mailings had spurred support for the Patriot Act, the Iraq War, and, finally, a risky expansion of US biocontainment laboratories, staffed by thousands of scientists granted access to anthrax and other deadly, highly portable pathogens. Mueller chose not to attend the announcement and has at no point conceded the investigations costly missteps. A prosecutors letter formally exonerated Hatfill, who had already won a 5. 82 million legal settlement from the government. Obamas request to extend Muellers term gives Congress the chance to coax a necessary dialogue over the directors decision-making. Interestingly Both 9/11 and the Anthrax attacks secured political support for both domestic (patriot act, monitoring domestic groups) and foreign objectives (securing support for wars. If we assume that these events were 100% non-conspiratorial then we would at least expect the legal expansion "war on terror" to prevent more acts like them. But the "war on terror" failed to do so. When the Boston Bomber case comes up, Mueller AGAIN RUINS THE ENTIRE PRE-INVESTIGATION AND FAILS TO PREVENT IT His agents gave him the bad news: two years earlier, the F. B. I. had interviewed, and closed its file on, Mr. Tsarnaev. Mr. Mueller took it in without showing emotion, his aides said. He turned to a deputy and ordered the release of the information — knowing it would call into question whether the F. failed to head off one of the most spectacular attacks on American soil since Sept. 11, 2001. Now, Mr. Muellers 12-year tenure under two presidents is facing scrutiny, months from his longtime plans to step down in September, as hearings begin on Capitol Hill into what happened in Boston and why. Although his privileged roots and sometimes wooden personality have not made him a beloved figure in the F. s beer-and-brats culture, he has always had supporters in both parties in Congress. Now, instead of coasting into retirement, Mr. Mueller will spend his final months answering tough questions about how the bombing suspects slipped away. This literal piece of trash "agent" singlehandedly "transformed the FBI to fight terrorism" and SOMEHOW ruined an investigation which the FBI could have done to prevent an attack by someone they had on file Then when the "tea party" revolution comes up (I believe to overthrow neocons) Mueller claims to know nothing as the IRS is weaponized to suppress that third party And Mueller is longtime partner of Comey The Ultimate G-Man: Robert Mueller Remakes the FBI Robert Mueller was sworn in as FBI director on September 4, 2001. A week later, his job—and the nation—changed forever. WRITTEN BY GARRETT M. GRAFF, PUBLISHED ON AUGUST 1, 2008 The sun had just come up when Robert Mueller and James Comey walked up to the West Wing of the White House shortly after 7 am on March 12, 2004. Mueller and Comey had been up for much longer. Neither the FBI director nor the deputy attorney general had slept much in the previous week, and that was before al Qaeda terrorists killed 191 people in train bombings around Madrid. It was windy and cool; the thermometer hovered at 40 degrees as the two men prepared to brief the President. Interestingly, Mueller had ONE success in that he got a conviction in the "Pan Am 103 bombing" which had ex-Libyan officials involved. When there is a possible foreign STATE even POSSIBLY involved with threatening people, it is apparently a big deal, because it becomes a political threat to the ruling political classes that Mueller serves. But when there's only "normal" terrorism killing "normal" people, it's no big deal. By contrast, when Trump faced a terror threat with "bomb threats" he instantly pushed to have the criminals caught The youth from Ashkelon has been making similar threats for the past two years, but * only after the FBI sent investigators to Israel was an arrest made. The Jewish Israeli-American arrested this week on suspicion of making a host of bomb threats on Jewish institutions worldwide has been making such cyberattacks for two years, but only recently was his capture given high priority, according to police sources. The sources attributed the turnabout to pressure from United States President Donald Trump. A few weeks ago, after Trump announced that the FBI would do everything in its power to catch the perpetrator, the agency sent 12 investigators from its cybercrime unit to Israel to assist the Israeli investigation. The 19-year-old was arrested in the Israeli city of Ashkelon on Thursday by cybercrimes unit of the Israel Police, seizing computers and other items investigators say helped the suspect evade detection. If Mueller is upset with Trump about something, it's probably due to Trumps attempt to scale back and end the "War on terror tm " that Mueller wants to continue.
I'm in askhelon now!beautifoul place,israel is amazing,I want to live here. Ashkelon national parks. Sea dooooooooooooooooossssssssssss. هذا شاطىء عسقلان في دولة فلسطين التي عاصمتها القدس. #ProphetKacouPhilippe #PKPCHANNELTV. מזל שיש אשקלון ותושבים וראש עיר טוב. כל הכבוד. ממש יפה. My beloved city,my home LongLive Israel. Hang out in style: sleep by the sea in an area packed with surprises and all the utilities Ashkelon National Park Campsite Meet Ashkelon National Park Campsite What Does the Campsite Offer? Lighting, picnic tables, drinking fountains, bonfire areas, half-drum barrels for poyke cooking, sinks, mobile phone charging units New restroom building: 7 cubicles for women, 5 cubicles for men Showers: hot field showers Field kitchens Kitchen 1: 4 faucets Kitchen 2: 2 faucets The kitchens are behind the restroom facilities Campground Capacity: 500 people Visitor Information Official bathing beach during the swimming season (from Passover to Sukkot) Amplifiers and speakers may not be used in the campground. Generators may not be used. No dogs are allowed in the campground, other than service dogs. This information is valid both on- and off-season. Service Center opening hours: 10:00-20:00, during the open season only. Main items: snacks, cold drinks, ice cream, swimming shorts, swim rings Equipment for rental: none Useful Information Entry and exit hours Check-in to campground from 15:00 to 19:00. Your tents and other equipment must be packed away and campground tents vacated by 11:00 on day of departure. Guests must exit the site by closing time on day of departure. Contact and reservations Phone: 08-6736444/1 or 08-6736474 Email: Fax: 08-6734227 Facebook of Ashkelon National Park Campsite Organized Campsite Sales System By prior arrangement with the reservation center for the north and center Phone: 02-595-06425 Getting there Getting Here From the Ashkelon Junction, go down Ben-Gurion Blvd and turn left onto Ben Omer Street. From the northern entrance to Ashkelon, take Menachem Begin Blvd, Jerusalem Blvd, Bar Kokhba Street, and left onto Hatayasim Street. Bus no. 6 (urban line) – for details, contact Egged Information In Waze, type: Ashkelon National Park Campsite Price list Regular Subscription Israeli army conscript soldier/national service member Israeli army active-duty reservist Group Type Fee Remarks Overnight, own tent – adult 55. 00 Overnight, own tent – child 40. 00 41. 00 30. 00 Overnight, own tent – Israeli conscript soldiers/national service members 47. 00 34. 00 Overnight in own tent – adult in group Overnight, own tent – child in group לינת שטח באוהלים פרטיים 28. 00 28. 00.
Ashkelon national park service. This is a community of art enthusiasts interested in a vast range of movements, styles, media, and methodologies. Please feel free to share your favorite articles, essays, artists, or artworks. Ashkelon national park israel location. YouTube. Tel ashkelon national park. How old is the city of Ashkelon? Thats anybodys guess but it definitely goes back more than 5, 000 years, serving as a central Mediterranean seaport for the ancient Canaanites and Phoenicians, the Romans too – and let us not forget the Crusaders. All left behind relics and ruins, including purportedly the oldest arched city gate in the world, which was restored in 2008. And its right there in the Ashkelon National Park, located in the heart of the Old City. It is a a gorgeous place not only to relax by the seaside or on the well-groomed lawns, but also to get a feeling for the millennia of yore. The park is bordered by an ancient earthen dike more than two kilometers long that goes back more than 4, 000 years, built by the Canaanites to ward off raiders. It was during digs of that dike that the giant double-story ancient arched gate believed to date from around 1, 850 BCE was found. Atop the dike are walls built by Fatimid Moslems in the 12th century to deter the Crusaders. Other ruins found in the area of the park include a Roman basilica and a city hall dating back to the time of Herod. Now think that after walking along the dike and feeling that history with your hands, you can have a nice picnic and swim in the summer-warmed sea. There are even barbecue facilities available for your use, if you happen to show up with raw food, charcoal and matches. The middle of the park sports remains from the Roman era, including a vast pillared edifice, next to which is a statuary featuring pieces found during excavations of the city. Picnic tables are located in this area, as is the 10, 000-seat amphitheater. During summer, until November, the park is open from 8 A. M. until 10 P. M., though visitors are not let in after 8 P. M. Keep updated: Sign up to our newsletter Please enter a valid email address Thank you for signing up. We've got more newsletters we think you'll find interesting. Click here Oops. Something went wrong. Please try again later. Cost: NIS 29 per adult, NIS 15 per child. Parking is free. Telephone for information: 08-6736444. Moshe Gilad Moshe Gilad.
Ashkelon is my father and grandfather city, soon the Palestinian people will return to Ashkelon, Haifa, Yafa, Akka, Safad and to Jerusalem the Capital of Palestine State. God bless ISRAEL 🙏😇... HalleluYah 😃 😃. About Yarkon National Park includes two sites: The Source of the Yarkon River and Afek, that together form the green, serene lung in the heart of the most highly populated area in Israel. The beautiful, tranquil park has a wading pool, a magical lake and. more Certificate of Excellence Closed Now Hours Today: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM See all hours Excellent 84 Very Good 67 Average 17 Poor 5 Terrible 3 Families Couples Solo Business Friends Mar-May Jun-Aug Sep-Nov Dec-Feb All languages English ( 78) Hebrew ( 41) Russian ( 40) More Lovely to visit with the history of Samson and Galaila. I went with a local, make sure you bring your local identification. The price was 30shekels per person. Great place to wonder. A must see in Ashkelon. Date of experience: July 2018 I have often told people in the UK that you cannot travel very far in Israel without coming across a newly excavated archeological dig, a site of special scientific interest, a building centuries old, a beautiful park or pristine beach. Well, here you have all that in one place. … Date of experience: April 2018 we enjoyed camping area very much, bathrooms are clean. there is direct access from the camping area to the beach which is great. the only thing missing are refrigerators. Date of experience: July 2017 Very nice place to walk between the trees and historical buildings. The place is very big and you can wonder in the henderds walking path it have Very good place for a romantic walk or romantic picnik Date of experience: September 2017 Very good place for camping and barbecue. The park has showers, toilets and everything is clean and well organized. The beach is grate too. Date of experience: October 2017.
اسراءيل بت وسخهه. Very nice.