UNESCO World Heritage Site
Archaeologists have uncovered two-thirds of a city dating from the early Israelite period (10th century BCE) at Tel Be´er Sheva in the Negev. The site is of unparalleled importance for the study of biblical-period urban planning, biblical history and its outstanding universal value, leading UNESCO to inscribe Tel Be´er Sheva as a World Heritage Site.
How to Get Here Tel Beer Sheva National Park is located off the Beer Sheva-Shoket junction road (no. 60) south of Omer, near the Bedouin town of Tel Sheva, 10 minutes north of modern Beer Sheva.
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