The site has a small museum, okay guide pamphlet, and limited signage. While it is obviously a significant historical site, it is hard to grasp what you are looking at. The portion of the Tel where the University of Chicago dug through all the layers of civilization in a cut-away is interesting to see how the site has built up over time, and the rock-hewn water passage is also impressive. But in general, it is a poor comparison given all the other historic sites in Israel. If it is to be ultimately the site of Armagedon, is up to believers to determine for themselves.
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