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.
|Venue name:||Pool of Arches|
12 Ha-Haganah St
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 8:00-16:00, Fri and holiday eves 8:00-14:00, Saturday and holidays 8:00-16:00|
|Price:||Single admission adult NIS 8, children/soldiers/senior citizens NIS 6|