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Aish HaTorah building - Aish Center
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Western Wall
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#1 of 173 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
From the history of the Old City - the ruins, conquering, rebuilding, holy sites from all religions, to the cafes, restaurants, markets, winding streets and tunnels --- I love everything about this city.
Split into four quarters (Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Armenian Quarters), it is the holiest cite for the Jewish and Christian faiths and 3rd holiest site in Islam.
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#2 of 173 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
We saw combat bunkers, baptism in the Jordan River, active excavation sites, and places of worship (religious mosques, temples, and churches) among others.
Elad (and Mustafa) gave us opportunities to talk with a wide variety of people in Israel and learn their varying points of view, worries, struggles, hopes and fears.
#3 of 173 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
You will climb into caves, you will get dirty, but you will see an amazing historical site and participate in the ongoing excavation while learning a lot of history.
a unique experience to work on a live dig! super great interactive guides, dig-sites are sheltered and comfortable.
#4 of 173 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
Visiting the Western Wall, the Old City of Jerusalem and the Jewish Quarters, is always an amazing spiritual site for all religions, the spot closest to the Holy of Holies, and the central focus of the our great T...
Well of Souls is the holiest site in Judaism, Jewish tradition views it as the spiritual junction of Heaven and Earth.
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#5 of 173 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
The Temple Mount is the holiest site in the Jewish religion, where Adam was created and Abraham almost sacrificed Isaac, and one of the holiest for Muslims, where Mohammed ascended to heaven.
All round unique and interesting- whether adults or kids-the guides are super knowledgeable and the underground tour is one of the top sites to experience in jerusalem !
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#6 of 173 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
It is also notable that they have a very cool archeological park and overlook before you enter the tunnel which offers wonderful views of the ancient city of David (there was a very cool movie to watch--about 15 m...
It is a great Tour to take in Jerusalem as it is a site of archeological and biblical significance and also a site that the Bible account is proven true by archeology.
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#7 of 173 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
This site is well worth a visit , the peaceful gardens and passionate volunteer guides are a great addition to a trip to Jerusalem .
This is a free garden which includes an ancient tomb believed by many to be the actual burial site of Jesus, an alternative to the Jesus Tomb located within the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in the Christian Quarte...
#8 of 173 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
A beautiful church along the Via Dolorosa that provides a bit of a respite from walking and the hills and allows for great views of a beautiful small church.
An unexpected added bonus is an archaeological excavation on-site dating back to 3 century B.C with ancient cisterns.
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#9 of 173 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
... Jewish Cemetery Church of All Nations Dominus Flevit Mary’s Tomb Chapel of the Ascension Church of Pater Noster Our tour guide, Ami, was very knowledgeable and enthusiatic about showing us all the sights.
The scenic overlook atop the Mount of Olives provides a fantastic view of the Old City of Jerusalem to the west, the Jewish Cemetery of the Mount of Olives directly down slope and wonderful panoramic view of the n...
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#10 of 173 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
Beautiful and historic olive trees and amazing view of Jerusalem make this an important stop on your Holy Land visit.
Easy to feel and see the build up to Jesus's passion and death, a wonderful small church here and views over the Old City of Jerusalem
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