Caesarea — Exploring Israel with Kids

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  1. Even I – continue to learn something new (about the Bible) every day!! Thanks… I had no idea that that is how Caesarea was pronounced this way…
    Caesarea (pronounced Keh-sar-ee-ya)
    I always heard it said, as pronounced – Ses-sar-ee-ya.

    Your photos are beautiful… I especially love the one of Jasmine running there at the ruins. Neat to see first hand – true history.

  2. Thanks for joining in with #CulturedKids! The columns in particular are very impressive. This looks like a fascinating place to visit – and if kids are able to run around, even better.
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  3. Culture, history AND the kids were able to run around freely – what a perfect family day out! Those roman ruins look mightily impressive. Thanks for the post! #CulturedKids
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  4. This sounds a fantastic site – it’s incredible to visit the whole area, to see all these ancient sites but I didn’t know much about Caesarea. Sounds a great one for kids with all the room to explore (and a little video to start which would probably get the thumbs up from my daughter!) #culturedkids
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  5. How fantastic that the children could fun around – would certainly make visiting a lot more fun! It looks like an incredible site to visit.

  6. Forgot- #culturedkids
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  7. My kids love Cesarea. We took a great family guide who got the kids dressed up in costumes to teach them about the history of the beautiful coastal city. They were part of the story. We also loved being there for the horses and chariots show on Sukkot. Not a far drive from Jerusalem and worth the travel time.

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