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Nazareth Ruins

In 1993, Elias and Martina Shama-Sostar were renovating their crafts shop when they discovered ancient steam pipes under the store. Further excavation revealed a huge, wonderfully preserved Roman-style bathhouse. Israel's Antiquities Authority has not made any official announcements about the site, but several historians speculate that it might date from the 1st century AD. A one-hour tour takes you to the hot room, heating tunnels, and furnace. Coffee is served in the arched hall where wood and ashes were once kept.

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Mary's Well Sq.
Nazareth, Northern District  16000, Israel

04-657–8539

www.nazarethbathhouse.org

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Rate Includes: NIS 120 for up to 4 visitors, Closed Sun.

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