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Caesarea

City of Roman Kings

Herod the Great ruled the Land of Israel from 37 to 4 B.C. During that time he constructed a large port city called Caesarea to honor Roman Caesar Augustus. The project was built on the remains of an earlier Phoenician city called Stratton’s tower.

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Once it was completed Caesarea took on even more importance than Jerusalem and became the heart of Roman rule in the Land of Israel. Herod built a port in the bay, and erected all the cultural institutions found in every great Greco-Roman city – a theater, a hippodrome,  and a luxurious bathhouse. Today the site also includes an exciting audio-vision production on the construction of the port 2,000 years ago, arty shops and restaurants, and hologram figures from the past who speak to you!

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