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Pools of Bethesda
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U. Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art
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Italian Synagogue
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Burnt House
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Church of St. James
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Four Sephardic Synagogues
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Pools of Bethesda
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Church of the Pater Noster
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Hurva Synagogue
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YMCA Tower
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Aish HaTorah building - Aish Center
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Western Wall
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Pools of Bethesda
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Broad Wall
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Herodyon National Park
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#1 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
It is one big colorful mosaic of ancient stone buildings, meandering alleys, sacred sites, ancient gates, kaleidoscopic bazaars, colorful vendors, pious pilgrims, along with the scents of spices, delectable food a...
As a Catholic, I made a short pilgrimage from the Mount of Olives Church of the Agony, King David's tomb site of the Last Supper, the Wailing Wall, the Church of Mary and the Holy Sepulchre.
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#2 of 174 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 174 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 174 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 174 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 174 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 174 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 174 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 174 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 174 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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#11 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
It's a unique tourist attraction with 360 degree spectacular views of the Jerusalem skyline on the top floor - lots of stairs to climb, but nevertheless an unforgettable experience.
The Jewish quarter of the old city has various fantastic archaeological sites dating to both the first and second temple period and is a perfect example of this mixture.
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#12 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
The current church rises above the site of the two destroyed ancient churches, the first commissioned by Theodosius during the Byzantine period and the second built by the Crusaders and dedicated to St. Saviour.
This is a wondrous Catholic church of Byzantine architecture and art and worth a visit due to its location and view into Jerusalem.
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#13 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
Spectacular synagogue with beautiful colors and aerial views of Old City, as well as interesting history.
Visitors Jerusalem may remember the arches that were on the site as a memorial to thsi magnificent building.
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#14 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
An excellent museum with a combination of archeologocal sites, chronolgical presentations - that were easy to read/understand - of the history of Jerusalem, impressive models of the city from different centuries a...
... in the courtyard are interesting themselves, and the creatively mounted exhibits provide a balanced overview of the history of the city, but the highlights are the unparalleled views from the tower and walls.
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#15 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
We were given a book of directions, a book of chronicles that gave us the stories behind each landmark and a set of pictures of "hidden" things within the Quarter for us to find.
... Jerusalem's old city probably 10 times on vacations there over the past 18 years, only now do I have an appreciation for when and why things were built, by whom, and the stories behind some of the landmarks.
#16 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
The site is a lot of fun to explore and may still have treasures waiting to see! Check out the Roman bathhouse with the oldest oculus in the country, built 200 years before Hadrian installed on in the Parthenon!
With views in every direction from the edge of the hill, as well as Roman ruins below the excavated center, this site provides visitors with a chance to step back in time.
#17 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
I cried when I kneeled and kissed the tomb of Christ Such a beautiful and preserved site Icons amazing and a beautiful feeling the moment you walk in A must see for all Christians and mankind alike
It ia amazing to visit one of the most spiritual places on earth.You see different religions and cultures (Muslim, Arabs, Jews) intermingling throughout this holy site.A great lifetime experience
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#18 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
Mount Herzl or Har ha-Zikaron‎‎ (Mount of Remembrance"), is the site of Israel's national cemetery, the IDF cemetery and Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Memorial.
I made a special trip back to Mt. Herzl a couple of days later, to view this magnificent cemetery without the crowds; and Herzl's tomb was still closed to the public.
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#19 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
As with so many of the sites in Jerusalem, this church was built over the site of the high priest's house and adjacent to the holy steps on which Jesus walked en route to the Temple mount.
You’ll want to stop there for views of Mt. of Olives, as well as the ruins of the City of David!
#20 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
Because this site is so central to the Christian faiths (the last 5 stations of the cross in Jesus life and death are located here in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre), it is a very popular tourist stop.
The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is the holiest site in Christendom and marks the place where Our Lord Jesus Christ was crucified, buried and rose again.
#21 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
One of the nicest places in Jerusalem area,a beautifull combination of history,agriculture nice views,and special demography,Dont miss the spring,and the monastries Sisters of Zion and the Russian monastry
Here is the site of the Visitation located in St. Luke's Gospel (1:39-56) and also one of the homes of Zechariah and Elizabeth, the parents of St. John the Baptist.
#22 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
Lots of remnants from Roman times and interesting excavations that one can view from above through specially constructed viewing windows.Nice shops along the way -and leads to the souk.
Great place to stroll and enjoy the sights and sounds.
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#23 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
the place is nice and decent holy churches there are 4 churches at the area , and up there on mount of olives you can have a great view of Jerusalem an awesome pics
With love locals on the feast day walk all the way from the nearby areas heading to this holy site starting early morning.
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#24 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
A guided tour is full of facts and unlocks the information about why Israel is Israel and how the Jews view their state and how the two peoples interact.
Beautiful place, great views and very informative.
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#25 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
A must see in the heart of Jerusalem - ben yehuda has amazing restaurants, shopping and sites to see - good for breakfast, lunch or dinner - always a street fair of sorts to see - akin to the village in NYC
A street buzzing with people, sights, sounds, music and Israeli foods!
#26 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
It is regarded as a Holy site for all faiths - Jewish (arrival of the Messiah) and Christian (entrance of Jesus on Palm Sunday) and Muslim (site of future resurrection).
You can get different views: from atop of the Mount of Olives, from the Garden of Gethsemane, and from atop the Temple Mount.
#27 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
Impressive structure itself it leads you down past a great view of the Jewish Cemetery and then into the Jewish Quarter of the Old City.
The views are breath taking, domes, minarets, church towers and below the hustle and bustle of the busy souks.
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#28 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
... the Chappel of Codemnation and monastry of Sisters of Zion,on the Roman road in the basement,traces of Roman soldiers games and. the roman arch Ecce Homo.this is the site of the famous novel Sister of Zion.
Try the rooftop view from the Austrian Hospice - a great building and wonderful views across the Old City
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#29 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
The traditional site for the dormition is Mount Zion, Jerusalem, since the New Testament mentions Mary as accompanying the Apostles and Disciples of Christ in Jeruslalem after His Death and Resurrection.
Also some amazing views.
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#30 of 174 Sights & Landmarks in Jerusalem
This was the site of the largest Jordanian garrison in Jerusalem, and the focus of the most ferocious battle during the 1967 Six-Day War, which led to the capture and reunification of the city.
You end the tour with an outside tour of the bunkers at Ammunition Hill and the views of Jerusalem and the memorials put up since the war and other wars.
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