Aqueducts were first introduced in Caesarea by King Herod in the first century. Additional aqueducts were added over the years, bringing water from various springs to the people of Caesarea.
The Atlit National Monument is a restored British detention camp. The camp was used to detain “illegal” Jewish immigrants who sought refuge in Palestinebefore and after the Holocaust. Thousands of illegal Jewish immigrants were temporarily held there from 1939-1948.