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Gate in a really cool park

An important structure for the city but it's not really memorialized like the clock tower. People... read more

Reviewed 19 April 2017
EvaLady
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Hillsboro, Oregon
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This site sees to be overlooked by almost all the tour groups despite the fact they walk so close... read more

Reviewed 26 April 2014
Heather G
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Gippsland, Australia
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16 Dec 2017
“It's okay”
19 Apr 2017
“Gate in a really cool park”
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An archaeological site from the time of Egyptian ruler Ramses II (1400-1200 BCE) features a gate inscribed with Egyptian hieroglyphics.
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In the park area of Old Jaffa, Tel Aviv, Israel
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Reviewed 16 December 2017

This is the archaeological site of the remains of an Egyptian victory gate from the 13th CBE. However, the gate is clearly reconstructed, so it's not really a must see. It's also right next to the Tiroche Amphitheatre and Statue of Faith. So worth a...More

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Reviewed 19 April 2017

An important structure for the city but it's not really memorialized like the clock tower. People walk right by it. a structure in a pit with no super good information. The whole park is very cute and well done just minutes from everything else. Great...More

Thank EvaLady
Reviewed 15 February 2017

About 200 m from center of Old Jaffa, you can find this park with an historical gate. An area visited by many tourists.

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Reviewed 5 December 2016 via mobile

It's pretty nice. There isn't a lot of back ground to it but it's a good moment inside a great park.

Thank Kdaisy1
Reviewed 3 July 2016

Looking down into the excavations from the gardens you can see a bunch of old stones and a reconstructed gateway where they believe the gateway to the old city once stood. Full of history from what they have found in this dig, but not very...More

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Reviewed 26 April 2014

This site sees to be overlooked by almost all the tour groups despite the fact they walk so close to it. This is a great pity since it is the impost historical place in the whole era, with a gate dating back to the time...More

2  Thank Heather G
Reviewed 13 October 2013

This is the place to appreciate what an immense history lies behind Old Jaffa. It is just one artifact within it's archeological context, but it's cultural meaning is huge. Very appropriate to pay some respect on your way to an awesome lookout point on a...More

1  Thank Lev M
Reviewed 27 January 2012

Old Jaffa has archealogical treasures. This is a monument to the Great Ramses II. From the hill one sees old Jaffa New Tel Aviv and for miles north along the shore.....

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