Masada a Ein Bokek


Masada is an ancient fortress located on a mountain plateau overlooking the Dead Sea in Israel. It was built by King Herod the Great in the 1st century BCE and later became the site of a historic siege by Roman forces in 73 CE. Today, Masada is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular tourist attraction due to its stunning views and rich history. Visitors can explore the ruins of Herod's palace, the Roman siege works, and the Jewish synagogue that once served as a refuge for the rebels. The site can be accessed by cable car or by hiking up the Snake Path trail.

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