Masada Village

Masada is a Syrian village of the occupied Golan. To the north and westward there is (Masada lake)  Ram pool.The village stretches over a volcanic land some 970 meters  above  sea level.

In the north area of the town,  houses are situated on a low land. while it has boundary with Abu saeed valley in the east and it is surrounded by forests in the west and north  where the land inclines towards Al- Saar valley in the north .

Masada village which belongs to Quneitra governorate  was a center to other villages before the occupation in 1967. The town provided social services for the inhabitants and  other villages.

The village fell prey in the throes of the aggressive occupation in 1967  and Masada is still one of a few remaining villages under occupation.