Last Wednesday, there was an event to mark the completion of the conservation and cultivation project on Givat Titora. Hundreds of residents, including families with children came to Givat Titora, which is an important archaeological and historical property in the city and enjoyed many activities conducted by the municipality in cooperation with the Antiquities Authority and the Society for the Protection of Nature. For the first time, families with baby carriages and people with physical disabilities were able to enjoy, like all the visitors, the beauty of the hill along the new accessible path. In addition, visitors were able to use their cellphones to scan barcodes found on signs around the site to get more information. There was also the dedication of the archaeological garden with exhibits of the archaeological findings on the hill as well as the interesting reconstruction of items that reflect the period of fertile agricultural settlement that existed in the region.