The “Good Samaritan inn” is an archaeological site next to the Jerusalem-Jericho road, identified as the site mentioned in the ‘Good Samaritan” parable (Luke 10:25-37).
The site was inhabited in the first century, and used again in the Byzantine and Crusaders periods.
In 2009 the site was opened to the public after being developed to an archaeologial park displaying both the antiquities discovered at the site, as well as a rare and unique collection of ancient Jewish, Christian and Samaritan mosaic floors.
|The Good Samaritan Inn in Wikipedia|
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|The Good Samaritan Inn in my “New Testament Archaeology” Article Seties|
Points of Interest in the Area
|Saint George Monastery|
|Baptism site (el-Maghtas) (qasr el-Yahud)|
Video Presentation of the Good Samaritan Inn