Object name:
Adullam-France Park


Added by:
Michael Turner

Add date:
2020-12-08 11:37

Object description

Adullam-France Park , also known as Parc de France-Adoulam, is a sprawling park of 50,000 dunams in the Central District of Israel, located south of Beit Shemesh. The park, established in 2008 for public recreation, features two major hiking and biking trails, and four major archaeological sites from the Second Temple period. It stretches between Naḥal Ha-Elah , its northernmost boundary, to Naḥal Guvrin , its southernmost boundary. To its west lies the Beit Guvrin-Beit Shemesh highway, and to its east the "green line" – now territories under joint Israeli-Palestinian Arab control – which marks its limit.

Adullam-France Park

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