“Metsudat Koach” (Hebrew – “Strengh / 28 Fort”) is a name given to a British fort built in the 1930’s.
In 1948 a set of battles took place at the site between the Israelis and the Arabs.
Next to the fort a medieval building, by Muslim tradition, is the location of the burial of Joshua (Contridicting the Biblical account which places Joshua’s burial at “Timnat Heres” in Samaria, Judges 24:30).
|Metsudat Koach on Wikipedia|
|Metsudat Koach on Google Maps|
|Metsudat Koach – “Hareut Museum” Website|
Points of Interest in the Area
|Hula Lake Park|
A 360 Degrees Photo in front of “Re’ut Museum”