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The highest row of the arena offers a view towards the NE side with a good view of the fort-palace and remnants of several arches of ancient leading-ways.
Beit-Guvrin Amphitheatre located across the no.35 road, on the northwestern outskirts away from the caves complex in the national-park.
The remains of a Roman amphitheater were uncovered in the mid-1990s. The amphitheater is an elliptical structure, built in the 2nd century during the Romans occupation. A view of the surrounding series of connected barrel vaults, which formed a long, circular corridor and supported the stone seats above. It was in use until destroyed in the Galilee earthquake of 363 AD. (from Wikipedia).

Location on map: 31.6083, 34.894
Ike

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