Beit Guvrin (Aramaic: “House of the masculine man”); is the Talmudic name for the Roman city of “Eleutheropolis” (Greek: “City of the free”).
The site was populated intermittently from the Iron age to modern times.
Parts of it’s Roman and Crusaders era remains were uncovered, and including an impressive amphitheatre and a Tri-apsidal church turned later into a mosque.
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Points of Interest in the Area
|Bar Kokhba caves|
A 360 Degrees photo inside the Ampitheater of Beit Guvrin