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Information and Review of the Tel Gezer National Park

All around the Tel Gezer National Park there are remnants from the Middle Bronze Age and the early Kingdom of Israel.

One of the most impressive examples is the Gezer waterworks, established either during the Canaanite period or the Israelite period. There is also the destroyed tombstone of a 16th century sheikh and other Muslim graves.

Image credit: Udi Steinool. From PikiWiki.

FAQ for Tel Gezer National Park (Archaeology and History;National Sites in Israel):

Wheelchair accessible? No,
Is there a parking? Yes,
Is it sutable for children? Yes.
Attraction Type: National Sites, Archaeology and History, Region: Tel Aviv and Center, Address: Karmei Yosef (Find more Archaeology and History;National Sites in Israel: Tel Aviv and Center)

Tel Gezer National Park Opening hours:

24/7

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