Beit She’an (spelled also “Beth Shean”) is a city with long and reach history on the junction of the Jezreel valley and the Jordan Valley.
Inhabited since Neolithic times, Beit She’an in mentioned in the battles of Saul vs. the Philistines, and again in the New Testament as a member of the Decapolis. The city was destroyed in a devastating earth quake in 749 CE, yet many parts of the city the center are now exposed again.
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Points of Interest in the Area
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