Korazim National Park

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Korazim National Park

Overlooking the Sea of Galilee, Korazim contains the ruins of an ancient Jewish town.

A 25 acre park, Korazim is one of the most well preserved ancient cities dating back to the Second Temple era. Korazim is mentioned in the New Testament as one of the three cities cursed by Jesus (along with Bethsaida and Capernaum). Antiquities are a dime a dozen here, and the stones are stained black having been hewed from the volcanic basalt rock. Check out the basaltic fourth century synagogue and ancient ritual bath, or mikve. 


Venue name: Korazim National Park
Address: On route 8277 between Korazim and Almagor
Ezor Hatzor

Opening hours: Summer: Sun-Thu, Sat 08:00-17:00; Fri 08:00-16:00. Winter: Sun-Thu, Sat 08:00-16:00; Fri 08:00-15:00
Price: 22 NIS, 9 NIS
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