JABOTINSKY SHUNI PARK: HISTORY, CULTURE & NATURE

JABOTINSKY SHUNI PARK: HISTORY, CULTURE & NATURE

Written by Sarina Roffé, JNF Director of Communications, this informative article shares the history and attractions of the Jabotinsky Shuni Park, excavated and renovated by KKL-JNF. Located between Binyamina and Zichron Yaakov, this site is a home to ancient archaeology, modern history, nature, and culture, including the remains of a Roman amphitheatre, an Ottoman structure that served as a base for the Irgun before the establishment of the State of Israel, and four museums: The Archaeology Museum, The Achiam Museum for Israeli Sculpture, The Museum of Settlement, and The Etzel Museum.

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