Mo'a

Attraction Type: Archaeology and History, Region: South, Address: Moshav Sapir, Arava
Source: Mapa
Region: South
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Mo'a, or by its Arab name, Moyat Awad, served as a station for merchants to rest at on their way from the southern Arab states to Gaza.

There is an archaeological complex on the site, with a fortress, a water reservoir, and an oil-press for making olive oil the way the Romans did.

Photographer: Dror father. From a PikiWiki.

Products specifications
Region South
Attraction Type Archaeology and History
Address Moshav Sapir, Arava
Opening Hours 24/7
Parking Yes
Suitable for Children Yes
Accessibility Yes
URL http://bit.ly/2lMYuAS

Mo'a, or by its Arab name, Moyat Awad, served as a station for merchants to rest at on their way from the southern Arab states to Gaza.

There is an archaeological complex on the site, with a fortress, a water reservoir, and an oil-press for making olive oil the way the Romans did.

Photographer: Dror father. From a PikiWiki.

Products specifications
Region South
Attraction Type Archaeology and History
Address Moshav Sapir, Arava
Opening Hours 24/7
Parking Yes
Suitable for Children Yes
Accessibility Yes
URL http://bit.ly/2lMYuAS