Roman ruins at Caesarea.
Roman aqueduct in Caesarea.
Roman theater at Caesarea.
This is our group walking along the beach between the Mediterranean Sea and the aqueduct. That's myself and Olga in the foreground. I can't remember who took the photo of us. As you can see, it is was a beautiful site to see on our first day in Israel.
The modern town of Caesarea has a population of about 4,500. Many of the residents commute to work in Tel Aviv. There is also a Caesarea Business Park that houses 170 companies.
This is a modern day school and park in Caesarea.
Some photos around the Ralli Museum in Caesarea:
Israel… one fascinating thing after another.