Jerusalem Things to Do

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  • 1. Wailing Wall - Western Wall

    the Wilson's Arch is a continuation of the Male Prayer area of the Wailing Wall and it was named from the british explorer named Charles William Wilson who found the remains of an roman arch built...

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  • 2. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre

    An unassuming entrance hides a massive, sprawling, awe inspiring church carved into the rock of Jerusalem, and built around the shrine which venerates the place where Jesus is believed to have been...

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  • 3. Via Dolorosa

    the 14th Station of the Cross and the final and most important location in Christianity is located in the Center of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in the Main Greek Orthodox Basilica Part of the...

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  • 4. Mount of Olives

    The Palm Sunday road is a narrow and steep concrete road starting at the parking lot of the Seven Arches Hotel in the top of Mount Olives, near the Pater Noster Church and it slowly winds down to the...

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  • 5. Garden of Gethsemane

    The Biblical Garden of Gethsemane is located at the foot of Mount of Olives and at the End of the Palm Sunday Road in the Kidron Valley. The Garden is located just beside the Church for All Nations...

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  • 6. Temple Mount

    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. Garden Tomb

    A huge group of 75 of us visited here in 1999 as an extension to our trip around Turkey which was the 7 churches of Revelations tour leading up to a convergence in the ampitheatre at Ephesus with...

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  • 8. Golgotha Skull Hill

    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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  • 9. The Old City Gates

    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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  • 10. The Citadel - Tower of David

    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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  • 11. 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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  • 12. 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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  • 13. Church of all Nations

    Part two of my Church of All Nations Tips with more pictures around. the Roman Catholic Basilica that was designed into a Byzantine Era church by the Famed Franciscan Italian Architect Antonio...

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  • 14. Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial

    We were not sure to visit this memorial as it is a bit outside of the centre and taxis are not cheap, specially during the rush hours. At the end we said that we could not finish a trip in Israel...

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  • 15. 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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  • 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. Dome of the Rock

    The Iconic Post Card Perfect Structure and a symbol of Jerusalem as A Holy Site for 3 major religions is the Dome of the Rock (is has many names such as Also known as Kubbat as-Sakhra, Kubbet es...

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  • 18. 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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  • 19. 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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  • 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. 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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  • 22. Church of the Flagellation

    The actual Station two of the Via Dolorosa is the Nearby Church of the Comdemnation and the Station 1 is a few feet across the narrow street facing the Church of the Flagellation at the Al Omariya...

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  • 23. St Anne Church

    part two of my St. Anne Church tips with more picture of the crypt below where the Virgin Mary was born. Saint Anne was the Mother of the Virgin Mary and this Site along the Old City of Jerusalem,...

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  • 24. Old City

    Walking down the narrow market lanes of the Old City of Jerusalem is an unforgettable experience. The sights, sounds, tastes and aromas are strong and overpowering. Locals and tourists shopping and...

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  • 25. Church of St. Peter

    this will be my pictures of High priest Caiaphas Palace, which is located underneath the Church. located at the eastern Slope of Mount Zion, just a stone's throw away from the Dormition Abbey and the...

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