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Israeli Students Uncover Remains of 1,500 Year Old Monastery

A group of over 1,000 teenagers are participating in excavations near Jerusalem to uncover the beautiful remains of a 1,500-year-old monastery from the Byzantine Period – including mosaic floors and marble features. Watch now to learn more about this remarkable discovery. 

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