Neot Kedumim

The answers to many biblical questions await at Neot Kedumim, among them: Why was Solomon’s botanical wisdom described as extending “from the cedar to the hyssop” (1 Kings 4:33). Why did Jeremiah describe Israel as “a thriving olive tree” (Jer. 11:16)? What did the Samaritan woman hear when Jesus spoke to her of “living waters” (John 4:11). Map.

Ancient agricultural terraces have been restored here, creating the perfect backdrop for a walk through the Garden of Wisdom Literature, Isaiah’s Vineyard and other biblical scenery. Any time of year is a good time to visit.

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