Pool of Arches
Time Out says
An archaeological treasure in Ramla.
The Pool of Arches in Ramla is the most significant building that remains from the Abbasid caliphs rule in Israel. A testament to the quality of construction and beauty of Muslim architecture, this historical site has survived over 1,200 years. Also on the site is the Pool of the Goats [Pool of St. Helena in Christian lore], built as a roofed water reservoir for the local residents. Visitors are invited to explore the Pool of Arches by rowboats, creating a magical experience of these historical pools.
12 Ha-Haganah St
|Price:||Single admission adult NIS 8, children/soldiers/senior citizens NIS 6|
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 8:00-16:00, Fri and holiday eves 8:00-14:00, Saturday and holidays 8:00-16:00|