I found this to be very interesting. It is a museum of daily life in Biblical times. I was fortunate enough to get in on a tour with a special group and it was very informative. Until you've seen it, it is hard to describe exactly what it is. It is a walk into the past of 2000-3000 years ago with full scale archaeological replicas, such as a Roman aqueduct, Jerusalem tomb from 700-500 B.C. and lots of others as well as ongoing construction.
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