Bible Lands celebrates 17 years

The public is invited to participate in the museum's archeological tours of Jerusalem and visits to Nabatean sites in the Negev.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 10, 2009 10:34

The Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem is marking its 17th anniversary this week with a series of events, culminating in a gala dinner on May 14. The public is invited to participate in the museum's archeological tours of Jerusalem, visits to Nabatean sites in the Negev, a northern exploration of Tel Dor and a trip to Tel Beit Shemesh. The series will finish with a visit to Ramat Rahel to learn about the new theories at the site. The tours will be held May 10-15.


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