MASADA PHOTO GALLERY
View of the three levels of King Herod's palace at Masada.
Masada at sunset.
Aerial view of Masada, with the 'Snake Path' .
Aerial view of Masada boundaries, taken from the southwest.
Roman-style reception room at Masada.
The reconstructed caldarium in the bathhouse at Masada.
Painted murals in the bathhouse, Masada
Ornate mosaic floor, Masada.
Patterned mosaic floor, stairwell, Masada.
Pigeon coops, Masada
Living quarters and storerooms, Northern Palace, Masada.
Water storage cistern, Masada.
Remains of the Roman camp outside Masada.
The Roman siege ramp, Masada.
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