Megiddo National Park
Megiddo (Armageddon, the end of the age) was the site of several historical battles. It guarded the narrow pass and trade route connecting Egypt and Assyria. The site was inhabited since 7000 BC !!
Famous national park with the remains from many periods - identified with the biblical Armagedon
A Biblical town from the time of the Kings and the Egyptian dynasty Farrow, to see more go to the site of Israel Megiddo National Park,
This sprawling valley is a UNESCO World Heritage Site That has long been important due to its strategic location connecting Egypt to Damascus. Inhabited from 7,000 BCE until the fall of the First Temple in 586 BCE, Tel Megiddo marks an ancient battlefield that has seen a lot of action including a…