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"The Roman Aqueduct at Caesarea" Israel Things to Do Tip by Paul2001

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  The Roman Aqueduct, Caesarea
by Paul2001
 
 

Amongst the many marvelous old ruins that are scattered about at Caesarea, there is this well preserved Roman Aqueduct. It dates from the 2nd century A.D. and stretches along the beach here for several hundred meters. Oddly enough you can approach this aqueduct for free as it is not actually part of the site of Caesarea persay. The aqueduct is located on a lengthly sandy beach which attracts sunbathers and dogwalkers. Unfortunately at the time of my visit you could actually bath in the sea. I do not know why.

Directions: About one mile north of Caesarea

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Dec 22, 2003
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