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
The ancient port is located on the south east side of the old city.
A two-story Crusader flour mill and fortress
Remains of a Crusader fortress on a cliff on the coast
The Crusaders renovated and reoccupied the Ashdod Maritime fortress
A Crusader border fortress in the Shefela
King Baldwin IV constructed a fortified outpost south of the pass; held 1 year
A large Crusader fortress south of Haifa; the last outpost in the Holy Land
Banias Crusader city
A frontier Crusader city in the Golan.
During the Crusaders times was a small town, first claimed by prince Tancred
Impressive Crusaders fortress on a high cliff above the northern Jordan valley.
Burj el Maleh
A Crusader hilltop fortress, commanding the ancient road of Wady Malih.
A Crusader fortress along the coastal road from Acre to Jerusalem.
Hilltop stronghold protecting the road to Jerusalem.
Fortress on the acropolis, on the SW side of the city
A Crusader fortress on the coastal road
A fortified farm was built on top of the hill
Ruins of a Crusaders frontier fortress in the Upper Galilee
Kh. Qarta Dustrey
A small Crusaders post east of the Atlit fortress, built as a police station
Knights Halls Acre
Crusaders main fortress and headquarters in Acre
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This page was last updated on Jan 6, 2021 (new Google maps)
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