Mazor Mausoleum National Park

Archaeology and History

This tomb, with its amazingly intact, temple-like fa├žade and the remnants of two stone coffins in the main chamber, was probably built in the third century CE for an unknown, wealthy Roman couple. Another chamber contains a dovecote with about 60 niches for doves to sacrifice to Aphrodite. Later, Muslims added a prayer niche and dedicated the site to Nebi Yahya (John the Baptist). Thus, due to its sanctity, the building was preserved through the centuries

Region
Tel Aviv & Center
Address
Elad, El'ad

Opening hours
24/7
Parking
Parking
Suitable for children
Suitable for children

Website
bit.ly

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