Fodor's Expert Review Korazim National Park

Korazim Ruins

These extensive and often remarkable ruins, dating from the 4th or 5th century AD, are on the site of the ancient Jewish village that Jesus condemned for rejecting him (Matthew 11:21). The monumental basalt synagogue is decorated with the stone carvings of plants and animals. One remarkable artifact, a decorated and inscribed stone "armchair" dubbed the Throne of Moses, is thought to have been used by the worthies of the community during the reading of the Torah. The views of the Sea of Galilee are also impressive.

Ruins Park (National/State/Provincial)

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Rte. 8277
Korazim, Northern District  12933, Israel

04-693–4982

www.parks.org.il

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Rate Includes: NIS 22

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