H/T ANCIENT ORIGINS: In the lower Jordan River Valley, buried beneath layers of dirt and rock, lies the remains of an ancient city that dates back almost 4,000 years. Known as Tall el-Hammam , this intriguing site stretches a mile from end to end and is believed to have once been home to as many as 50,000 people. While the true identity of this city remains a mystery, some experts propose a compelling theory: Tall el-Hammam might be the long-lost Biblical city of Sodom. According to the biblical account, Sodom faced the wrath of God due to its wickedness, resulting in its complete destruction.
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