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Located halfway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv on the western slopes of the Judean Hills, this archaeological site has unearthed important finds from ancient times including the two oldest Hebrew documents ever found, a row of ten monolithic stone...more
Tel Gezer had about 22 ancient civilizations on top of each other topped off by the biblical city of King Solomon. Many times you will bump into university digs and can hear amazing stories from them. Worth a visit. In summer bring water or something...More
Unlike Megiddo, Gezer has few signs to guide the visitor, so it is worth going to the Internet to learn about the site and get a map. It covers a large area, has views of the flat lands from the sea and the ascent to...More
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Tel Gezer is a National Park with free entrance...so there is no one to ask questions of and no National Parks brochure and you drive to a parking lot via a dirt road.
The park has a lot of history and there are a few...More
I've been in the region for many years, and had never visited this archeological site. It is managed by the Israel Park Authority, but is free of charge, a welcome surprise around these parts!
The path is well marked, and there are explanations of the...More
We felt like this was still a hidden treasure. Although easily accessible and well signed, the feeling of remoteness and the expansiveness of the view made us feel like true explorers. Naturally, the more you know about the early periods of Israelite entry into the...More
Tell Gezer is one of the most important archaeological site between Jerusalem and Jaffa.
Inhabited on ancient trade routs since prehistoric era to biblical and classical times.
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Free Entrance from Karmey Yosef moshav
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This ancient city was built by ancient people and rebuild by Solomon king of Israel. In the mound, in various parts of the city, many findings were found, such as clay, tablets and bones, some inscriptions were found too, revealing the city as one of...More