Crusaders sites Map

A map and aerial view of the Crusaders sites, with a link to their site review.

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The sites of the Crusaders are marked on the Google satellite/road map.

   Hover over the marker to see the title, and press on the marker to jump to that site’s review. Select Map or Satellite display.

A table of sites appear below it; selecting any row will jump to its marker on the map.

The colored markers on the map stand for the classes of sites:

● Purple= fortresses


Crusaders sites


Acre port
Other
The ancient port is located on the south east side of the old city.
Afek (Galilee)
Other
A two-story Crusader flour mill and fortress
Apollonia
Other
Remains of a Crusader fortress on a cliff on the coast
Ashdod
Other
The Crusaders renovated and reoccupied the Ashdod Maritime fortress
Ashkelon
Other
A Crusader border fortress in the Shefela
Ateret
Other
King Baldwin IV constructed a fortified outpost south of the pass; held 1 year
Atlit fortress
Other
A large Crusader fortress south of Haifa; the last outpost in the Holy Land
Banias Crusader city
Other
A frontier Crusader city in the Golan.
Beit Shean
Other
During the Crusaders times was a small town, first claimed by prince Tancred
Belvoir
Other
Impressive Crusaders fortress on a high cliff above the northern Jordan valley.
Burj el Maleh
Other
A Crusader hilltop fortress, commanding the ancient road of Wady Malih.
Caesarea Maritime
Other
A Crusader fortress along the coastal road from Acre to Jerusalem.
Castel
Other
Hilltop stronghold protecting the road to Jerusalem.
Dor
Other
Fortress on the acropolis, on the SW side of the city
Habonim (Cafarlet)
Other
A Crusader fortress on the coastal road
Hannathon
Other
A fortified farm was built on top of the hill
Hunin
Other
Ruins of a Crusaders frontier fortress in the Upper Galilee
Kh. Qarta Dustrey
Other
A small Crusaders post east of the Atlit fortress, built as a police station
Knights Halls Acre
Other
Crusaders main fortress and headquarters in Acre
Migdal afek
Other
The fortress controlled the narrow pass of Via Maris in the Shefela.
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