October 10th 2010
Tel Be’er Sheva National Park, located in the Negev is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The national park houses an archaeological site where remnants were found of a settlement village dating back to the time of the biblical patriarch, Abraham. The national park has become an important location in regards to the study of biblical history as well as biblical urban planning. Now visitors can enjoy the reconstructed city as it once stood during the 8th century BCE. Highlights of the park that visitors can explore include a well, city gate, streets, storehouses, and dwellings. Guests can venture out to the lookout tower and get a magnificent view of the Negev.