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Around the entrance of the archaeology park there were multiple hryax/rock badgers/coneys, playing and sunning themselves on the rocks.
Places to store your clothes and belongings as you used the ritual bath.
The roof of the ritual bath on the lower left, which is almost level with the ground.
Looking into the covered bath.
One of the houses of Korazim.
A closeup of another Korazim dwelling.
The basalt arches used to hold up the roof of a Korazim house.
Looking out the windows and door of a basalt house in Korazim.
An olive press.
Steps leading up to a 4th-5th century synagogue.
Reconstructed pillars within the synagogue.
Replica of Moses' seat found within the synagogue at Korazim.
The original seat is on display at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. The plaque explains that is was likely "used by a dignitary such as an elder or synagogue official."
The synagogue at Korazim has multiple examples of stonework.
Example of the rocky hills around Korazim.