Tel Dan is a wonderful site combining the great outdoors with biblical remains from the times of King Jeroboam.  
Tel Dan

The biblical remains include part of a stone table from the second half of the ninth century BCE.  Carved onto it is an inscription of Hazael, King of Damascus, in which he boasted of his victory over the King of Israel and King of the House of David.  This is of huge significance as it is the first time that the name “House of David” was discovered outside of the Bible.

We loved wading in the fresh water pool at the Tel Dan nature reserve.

Lisa W, London

map of Tel Dan

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