Ein Hemed Aqua Bella is located near Jerusalem, near the Castell National Park. Aqua Bella is a ruin of a crusader fortress (or, according to archaeologists, a farm) built here in the middle of the 12th century to control the road to Jerusalem. Later, the Crusaders used this place as a hospital for soldiers. Even after the destruction, the castle occupies an impressive territory. Not far from the fortress there is an old Muslim cemetery with the grave of Sheikh Abdellah, around which ancient oaks grow. Along the entire park is the Kislon stream, descending from the Jerusalem mountains to the Mediterranean Sea. True, the source is small, and in some places is hidden under the ground, but nevertheless its presence fills this reserve with its life with beautiful huge trees, small waterfalls, small creeks, flowering plants and birds trills. In the fall, falling yellow foliage gives an even more European sound to this complex. In the park of Ein Hemed Aqua Bella there are many equipped places for a picnic, barbecues, benches, tables, fountains with water. Also in the reserve there is a camping.
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