Court nixes planned Caesarea neighborhood to save antiquities
Ruling sets a precedent that could help the Israel Antiquities Authority protect archaeological remains elsewhere in the country too.
The Jerusalem District Court has quashed plans for construction of a new neighborhood in Caesarea, on the grounds that it would irreparably damage ancient ruins, including aqueducts, tombs and a Byzantine-era wall.
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