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Category: Castles , Local time: 14:39:44, Address: 3199, Israel

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GPS: 31.318, 35.3541
Altitude: 46 m
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Last update: Nov 10, 2012 3:08:52 AM

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The information has not been confirmed by the owner yet Attrractions: chapel, castle park, armoury, cellars, ramparts, tomb, library
The information has not been confirmed by the owner yet How is the building used now?: museum
The information has not been confirmed by the owner yet Current state: well-preserved
The information has not been confirmed by the owner yet Type of building: palace, fortress

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 Aura: 79Reviews: 970Aug 24, 2011 10:04:13 AM
The Masada fortress is a symbol of Israeli struggle for freedom and Israeli nationhood. The fortress was built by the Jewish king Herodes the Great, who ruled the country from 37 to 4 BC. During an uprising against the Romans, which was put down violently, Masada served as the last stance for the remaining one thousand Jewish warriors, who - being outnumbered ten times - fought to hold the fortress against the advancing Roman army. Remains of military camps, which the Romans built during the siege of Masada, are still visible. When it became obvious that the defenders cannot hold the fortress anymore, they all committed suicide, together with their families, to escape captivity and slavery. Masada is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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