“Bird Mosaic” In The Caesarea Villa

Archaeology and History

A large mosaic floor that was apparently part of a villa dating back to the 5th century C.E., during the Byzantium period. The mosaic is adorned with various kinds of birds, hence its name, as well as other wild animals.

Region
North
Address
Rothschild Street, Caesarea

Opening hours
Unlimited
Parking
Parking
Suitable for children
Suitable for children

Website
www.caesarea.com

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