Jerusalem Things to Do

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  • 1. Wailing Wall - Western Wall

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Western Wall is one of the must see attractions in the Old City and by far the holiest spot for Judaism outside Mount Temple. Located in Jewish Quarter it’s part of the retaining wall that surrounded...

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  • 2. Mount of Olives

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The mountain ridge east of the Old City is the Mount of Olives, named after the olive groves that used to cover its slopes in the past. The highest point is at-Tur (818m). I was surprised there are no...

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  • 3. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Church of the Holy Sepulchre is the most popular church in Old City with thousands of christian pilgrims arriving non stop daily. It was built in 335AD by Constantine the Great -the first Christian...

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  • 4. Garden of Gethsemane

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    At the back side of church of All Nations is the garden of Gethsemane (oil press in Aramaic). Early Christian pilgrims were coming to the Garden of Gethsemane and still do. As expected there are many...

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  • 5. Via Dolorosa

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Way of Sorrows If you have seen "The Last Passion of the Cross" or any of dozens of other commercial or religious movies about the life, especially the last few days, of Jesus the Christ or Issa,...

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  • 6. Temple Mount

    4 out of 5 stars

    Many People would confuse the Dome of the Rock as the Temple Mount, but in actuality, The Dome of the Rock, the most prominent Structure of Jerusalem in Post Cards, sits in the Temple Mount Area. The...

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  • 7. The Citadel - Tower of David

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Citadel combines a museum, an archeological site, and some of the best views you will get of the Old City anywhere in Jerusalem. All together they make the Citadel an unmissable part of any visit....

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  • 8. The Old City Gates

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Part of the Jewish Quarter below the Al Aqsa Mosque and the Western Wall and extending near the Dung Gate was formerly the Morrocan Quarter (which existed from after the time Saladin defeated the...

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  • 9. Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial

    5 out of 5 stars

    We have visited many museums about Holocaust and the six million Jews that died all over the world so it would be pity to miss the official museum in Jerusalem that was established in 1953. Yad...

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  • 10. The Quarters

    the Christian Quarter of Jerusalem is the most important site of all christianity (whether roman catholics, eastern orthodox, eastern churches, coptic, mainline protestant, evangelical) as it is here...

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  • 11. Golgotha Skull Hill

    4 out of 5 stars

    Where is the original Golgotha, or Calvary, where according to the New Testament Jesus was crucified and buried? The Catholics, Greek Orthodox and other Eastern churches believe that Golgotha was...

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  • 12. Church of all Nations

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    …going a little farther, he fell with his face to the ground and prayed. “My Father, if it is possible, may this cup be taken from me. Yet not as I will, but as you will” Matthew 26:36-39 We saw...

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  • 13. Dome of the Rock

    The core of Jerusalem Holliness is this rock at the center of Temple Mount (Qubbat as-Sahrah) This is the very stone which the whole world rests..I was one of the luckiest man to pray under the cave...

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  • 14. Ein Kerem

    part two of my john the baptist roman catholic church in Ein Karem with pictures of the inside of the church. there are actually two John the Baptist Churches in Ein Karem, the other one is greekl...

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  • 15. Garden Tomb

    He is not here – for He is risen… Many people got confused that there’s an alternative burial site of Jesus apart from the Sepulchre Church. The Garden Tomb is located outside the walls of the Old...

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  • 16. Church of the Nativity

    this will be tip and pictures of the Small Grotto of the Nativity situated below the main altar of the Church of the Nativity where the Traditional site of Jesus Birth is marked by the Star and the...

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  • 17. Knesset

    On a foul winter's day in Jerusalem, with the freezing rain hammering down upon my head, I decided to head off into Sacher Park to try and find the Israel and Bible Lands Museums. I got completely...

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  • 18. Israel Museum

    The weather was atrocious when I visited the Israel museum, which meant I couldn't see some of the outside exhibits, like the Shrine of the Book. The weather was unable to put a dampener on my...

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  • 19. City of David

    The City of David is where the city of Jerusalem began. The tour involves alot of steps (hundreds) and walking in tunnels but the wonder of walking the Bible is like none other. It is best to have a...

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  • 20. King David Tomb

    King David is the most known of Jewish Kings of the Old Testament and from his lineage Saint Joseph and Jesus came from. His tomb is located at a nondescript part at the ground floor of the Ruins of...

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  • 21. Dormition Abbey

    the biblical site of the Last Supper (known as the Cenaculum or Upper Room in latin) is located at the Dormition Abbey Compound in Mount Zion and part of the room is actually a mosque with a partially...

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  • 22. Al Aqsa Mosque

    lying at the southern end of the Temple Mount within walking distance of the Dome of the Rock is the Al qsa Mosque, also known as the Bayt al-Muqaddas and is considered the third holiest site in Islam...

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  • 23. Old City

    There are seven different gates that lead into the Old City of Jerusalem. We took the tram from central Jerusalem and stopped in front of Damascus Gate which is the biggest one located on the NW side...

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  • 24. YMCA Building

    Designed by Arthur Loomis Harmon, a partner in the same architectural film that designed and built the Empire State Building in New York. Built in 1931, the YMCA is heavily influenced by Byzantine...

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  • 25. Ethiopian Church

    The church, also known as the Debra Gannet, was built in 1893 by Emperor Johannes I as a gift for his Ethiopian subjects to ensure they had a presence in Jerusalem as well as the church rooftops that...

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