The feeling of being in a place that Lot may have actually lived was a bit surreal for me. The cave is up high in the cliff just above the Museum of the Lowest Point on Earth. You drive around to the back of the museum to a parking spot and there are steps leading up to it. A church was built there to remember this site as the place where Lot took refuge after fleeing Sodom and Gomorrah. The place is really ancient and there is a great a sense of history there. The cave overlooks a body of water that I mistook to be the Dead Sea but turns out to be a lake south of the Dead Sea that is not identified in Google Maps. Lots of farms grow an abundance of vegetables and fruit here.
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