Maimonides Legacy Center
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Maimonides Legacy Center operates the visitors’ center that is located near Maimonides tomb. In the visitors’ center you can see Maimonides’s fascinating life and his spiritual splendid legacy using different means.
An extinct volcano that at its bottom was the famous battle in 1187 in which the Crusaders lost for Sallah a- Din’s army. This defeat symbolizes the end of the Crusade regime in Israel.
Hamat National Park
Located in the southern entrance to Tiberias. On site were found the remenants of an ancient city named Hamat that includes a beautiful mosaic floor from the 4th century, 17 healing springs and a splendid Hamam named after King Solomon.
The Jews’ Yard
The Jews’ Yard is located on the path between El Bahri Mosque and Sheraton Hotel and serves as a witness to the Jewish community in the past and present.
Rabbi Akiva’s tomb
One of the Ten Martyrs’ Miracles were attached to his name and it is a good quality to pray at his grave for mental and physical healing. Rabbi Akiva was known in his love to people and this is the place to ask for love towards everyone.
Maimonides- one of the greatest Jewish thinkers in all ages. On both sides of his tomb are 14 columns, that represent his work Mishne Torah. The tomb is in a red metal construction symbolizing the fire that ran through his body.
The Sea Mosque
The mosque opposite the marine building was built in the 18th century for Muslim fishermen. From 1950’s the antique museum of Tiberias is located in this building activated by the archaeologists Zvia and Reuven Rabani.
Rabbi Meir’s Tomb
R. Meir was one of the most known sages in the fourth generation of Tanaim, one of the leaders after Bar Kochva Revolt. The tomb is located at the southern entrance to Tiberias. The synagogues at place are from the 19th century.
Dona Gratzia Complex
The complex includes a number of historical buildings. At the end of the street is the first Tiberian hotel built in 1886. After that is Yaskil Gallery, Bet Hasaria with a big arch in the front. On the right there is a long basalt building.
The Archaeological Park
In the archaeological park are archaeological findings of a synagogue from the 6th century. There is also a reconstruction of a mosaic in which the Jewish motives can be seen. In the center of the park there is a Crusade building.