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Aqueduct of Caesarea (Mei Kedem)

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Aqueduct of Caesarea (Mei Kedem)

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See a different side of Israel, from crusader fortresses to Baha’i shrines, from Roman architecture to marine caverns, on this door-to-door guided tour of the nation's northern coast. Start at the Roman ruins of Caesarea, built by Herod the Great; progress to Haifa, where the sacred gardens of the Baha’i faith tumble down terraces; enter the watery wonderland of the Rosh Hanikra grottos; and discover the rich history of Acre.
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Kim G wrote a review Nov 2020
Pacific Grove, California3,135 contributions219 helpful votes
Constructed under Herod's reign in the first century B.C. The Romans later expanded this aqueduct, as well as adding two more, in the 2nd century B.C. This "higher" aqueduct supplied water from the springs of Shummi, a distance of 10 kilometers away. The aqueduct is easily accessible on the beach, or just to view from the car, and worth the visit when you are visiting Caesarea. It is remarkably well-preserved and an impressive structure.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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The Weak Knee Traveler wrote a review Nov 2020
Singapore, Singapore11,774 contributions727 helpful votes
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This is worth a visit if you are in the area. It is located just by the sea and hence the views were pretty good. It was a tad windy the day I went as the weather wasn't that great.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Dant6817 wrote a review Jun 2020
London, United Kingdom199 contributions107 helpful votes
the aqueduct spreads over a wide area and is fascinating to vewi from both sides (different designs from different period)
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Date of experience: June 2020
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ECLadines wrote a review Apr 2020
Paranaque, Philippines2,801 contributions256 helpful votes
One of the grand structures built by King Herod to bring running water to the old city of Caesarea. Would you believe it continued to supply water for 1200 years. What a great engineering marvel!
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Date of experience: April 2020
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loist51 wrote a review Mar 2020
Richmond, Virginia811 contributions206 helpful votes
We walked around the ampitheatre, aqueduct and ruins on the beach area of the Mediterranean Sea. So much history here where Herod had constructed many amazing works of architecture.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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