Travel Log #7 Israel Part 6 Caesarea

This amphitheater is the most ancient in all of Israel. It was built in Herod’s time. It seated 4,000 spectators! Standing up in the stands I could almost hear the shouts of the people.

Pic 1 Jerry and me among the ruins.

Pic 3 Seats of the amphitheater

Pic 4 Dry moat 9 m. deep surrounds the city.

Pic 5 Mediterranean Sea.                                              Pic 2 Synagogue

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I can't believe I'm in old age! I'm more than halfway through my seventies! I'm a child of God, wife to one, mother to five, grandmother to 15 plus two granddaughters-in-law! I'm a sister, aunt, cousin, friend and neighbor. I'm a housewife and former ESL tutor. I love reading and writing. I write and am the editor of a newsletter, Primetime, bi-weekly, for seniors. I love genealogy, traveling, birds and animals, blogging and taking pictures.
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3 Responses to Travel Log #7 Israel Part 6 Caesarea

  1. I have been to Caesarea too! And I’d like to go back )

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    • Thanks for your comment, Victor. I’d like to do this whole trip again! I was so ignorant the first time. If I could go again I’d know what to expect.
      I see you love to travel too! Thanks for liking my posts.

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  2. Hello.This post was extremely interesting, especially because I was searching for thoughts on this topic last Saturday.

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