Sharon / Periods: Roman, Byzantine, Arabic.

In Israel, Wadi az-Zarka or Nahal Taninim or the crocodile river, is near Ramot Menashe and ends its course in the Mediterranean Sea. Until the beginning of the 20th century, there were crocodiles that inhabited the swamps of Kebara nearby, this is how this river is named.
We can still find the remains of Crocodilopolis, a city that was established in the fourth century. The basin area is about 200 square kilometers, including the Taninim, Ada, Barkan, Alona and Mishmarot rivers. It should be known that Nahal Taninim is considered the cleanest of the coastal rivers of Israel. Nahal Taninim is also the meeting place of several rivers: a natural stream, a Roman aqueduct that extends from the sources of Zabrin to Caesarea, and Mifale Menashe, the aqueduct that collects runoff and groundwater. This place was filmed for you in VR-360 by the team of 360HolyPlaces©. Click on the video see this place in 360º.

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Tel Taninim

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