I have seen a lot of ancient Roman ruins, but I still want to see if I know any.
The special thing about Beit She'an is that it shows a relatively complete bath and toilet, which gave me a clearer understanding of how the ancients’ public areas were set up.
A night tour of Beitshe'an Beitshean National Park - a small city in northeastern Israel with a population of just over 10,000 people - is now a site of ancient Roman ruins at the intersection of the Jordan Valley and the Yeslie Valley. Shuttled through the park, stepping on the beautiful mosaic floors thousands of years ago, walking on the slate road of the broad Paladot street, watching the high stone columns on either side or falling, still feel the street once was prosperous, is a very magical feeling...
The park contains the Roman theater, Roman baths, etc., which are the best preserved Roman ruins in Israel.
We had to go to Israel to Betsyan We planned to travel to Israel this winter vacation and then we added Betsyan's Bershan Ancient City site as a national park and then an archaeological park There are many Roman columns inside, because of the slight carvings, there can be a large Roman theater. We were going to visit this area and then we went up the hill to see the views but it takes 165 steps to climb up the hill and you don't have a pool that was built around the 4th century A.D. Here you can see the Greek and Roman architecture, embodied in every sculpture today, he was an inland coastal area, must pass, so he played a major role in history, under these beautiful buildings, I just saw the smallness of human beings, Look carefully at the building inside, people slowly put the phone back. We also loved it, find a hotel, we plan to stay here overnight because the park is very big, if you want to play carefully, we spent about three hours, then we plan to find local food here, this park, it does not require tickets, You may also need to spend more than half a day looking at the network you want to get information or looking really carefully. Travelling out, I don't think there is any more local history and customs legends, food and places to visit, so we had a great expectation of this park on this trip, after arriving at the destination, this expectation, reality because he was just too aggressive and too vibrant, It was beautiful to see, and although time had passed long enough, he could still feel the beautiful address of the past: Beit She'an National Park Beit She'an, Israel recommended: 2 hours