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The Caesarea Aqueduct
- The Caesarea Aqueduct
- Alt Name:
- Ancient Rome
- 100BC - 1BC
- Sdot Yam
- Sdot Yam,
- Caesarea, Arsuf,
Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Acre,
about The Caesarea Aqueduct
The Caesarea Aqueduct is the picturesque, well-preserved ruin of the Ancient Roman aqueduct which served the city of Caesarea.
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Address: The Caesarea Aqueduct, Caesarea National Park, Keysaria, Israel
Phone: +972 04-626-7080
The Caesarea Aqueduct is a short drive north of the main site.
The Caesarea National Park is open daily, 8am-4pm (to 6pm April-Sept). Closes 1 hr earlier on Fridays. Entry costs 36 NIS for adults, 22 NIS for children. Discounts available.
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