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Herodian Quarter

The Herodian Quarter – The Wohl Museum of Archeology is a six-house compound, situated on the slope of the hill facing the Temple Mount. The Upper City was situated on ...

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Kidron Valley

The Kidron Valley is one of Jerusalem’s most sacred locales, due to its location between the Temple Mount and the Mount of Olives.  It runs from eastern slope of Mount Moriah ...

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Shrine of the Book

  The Shrine of the Book is the home of several exceptional archaeological finds: the Dead Sea Scrolls and other rare ancient manuscripts. The dome covers a structure which is ...

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Bar/Bat Mitzvah Adventure In Jerusalem!

“Bar Mitzvah” literally means “son of the commandment.” “Bar” is “son” in Aramaic, which used to be the vernacular of the Jewish people. “Mitzvah” is “commandment” in both Hebrew and ...

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Garden Tomb

What is the Garden Tomb The Garden Tomb has no church and no archaeology and is probably not the burial-place of Jesus. However, the Garden Tomb is believed by many ...

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St. Stephen’s Church

St. Stephen’s Church and the The École Biblique St. Stephen’s Church and the The École Biblique are located along the ancient road to Damascus, approximately 1/4 mile outside the walls of Jerusalem’s ...

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Zedekiah’s Cave

King Solomon’s Quarry The mysterious Zedekiah’s Cave is located east of Damascus Gate in the Old City of Jerusalem.  However it is neither Solomon’s Quarry nor Zedekiah’s Cave. It is a 5-acre ...

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