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archaeological site of Herodium (Herodion) on the Judean hills Picture number: 3218
Photographer: Israel Talby
Description: View of Herodium fortress. Herodium or Herodion is a hill shaped like a truncated cone (758 m / 2,487 ft above sea level), 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) located in the West Bank, southeast of Bethlehem and under control of Israel, built as a fortress palace by King Herod the Great. It was known by the Crusaders as the "Mountain of Franks", but local Arab inhabitants call it Jabal al-Fourdis or "Mountain of Paradise"
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