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Day Tour of Jerusalem and Bethlehem
"Departing from Jerusalem in your air-conditioned coach your first stop is the Mount of Olives for scenic views over Jerusalem. From this vantage point you can see the Dome of the Rock at the Temple Mount Esplanade where heaven is said to meet earth.Pass the Garden of Gethsemane before continuing to the walls of the Old City. Here you will enter through the Armenian Quarter and see the famous Western Wall (Wailing Wall) which functions as an open-air synagogue for thousands of worshipers. Crossing over to the Christian quarter you can follow the route of the Via Dolorosa. Look out for the 14 Stations of the Cross as you trace Jesus' steps to the site of his crucifixion at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.After a short walk back along the ancient Byzantine main street your overview of Jerusalem concludes in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City where your air-conditioned coach will be waiting to take you the short 6-mile journey south to Bethlehem.The hub of the religious activity in Bethlehem is the Manger Square which is flanked by the Church of the Nativity and also the Mosque of Oma
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Underground Tour: From the City of David to the Western Wall
"While the modern city of Jerusalem bustles with life above ground below ground the ancient city of Jerusalem is being rediscovered one pickaxe at a time. The City of David located outside the Old City Walls actually predates the Old City by hundreds of years. Measuring only 11 acres Jerusalem’s birthplace is unsurprisingly one of the most extensively excavated sites in the region. The guided tour begins in the City of David at a lookout point that enables a panoramic view of the surrounding area. The Old City and the Temple the Mount of Olives to the east
From $11.00
 
Tel Aviv Private Transfer: Ashdod Port to Central Tel Aviv
"Once your cruise ship docks at Ashdod Port your friendly driver will meet you and drive you directly to your hotel in Tel Aviv. Whether you’re traveling individually with a partner or in a group your ground transport needs will be covered by this private port transfer service. Avoid the confusion of taxis or public transport and enjoy a hassle-free way to start your vacation!When making a booking you will need to advise your cruise ship details and your Tel Aviv accommodation details. Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. Approximately 24 - 48 hours prior to your a you will be required to reconfirm exact pickup time and place (the contact number will be provided on your travel voucher).Worry-free Shore Excursion:If your ship is delayed and you are unable to attend this activity your money will be refunded. See our terms and conditions for full details.Price is per person
From $29.00

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Dome of the Rock

The Dome of the Rock is the most famous Islamic site in Jerusalem. It is impressive, beautiful and can be seen from all over Jerusalem. The Dome of the Rock is not a mosque, but a Muslim shrine. Like...
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apbeaches
Aug 06, 2015

Site where Dome of the Rock is Located

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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machomikemd
Oct 11, 2013

Dome of the Rock

Revered by Muslims as the place where the prophet made a miraclous night journey to. The enclosing mosque was built in 691. Today the dome of the Rock is Jerusalem's most famous and instantly...
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Jim_Eliason
Dec 12, 2012

Temple Mount

Temple Mount (Har Habayit in Hebrew, Haram esh-Sharif in Arabic) is one of the holiest of all places and is recognised in both Jewish and Islamic religions as the site of Mount Moriah where Abraham...
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leffe3
Jul 30, 2012

Where all religions meet

This is definitly one of the most important religious sites in the old city. At least four religions are known to have used temple mount as a religious site: paganism christianity islam...
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xaver
Jan 07, 2012

What to do on Saturday in Jerusalem

The rules for visiting the Temple Mount *currently* are morning hours only, Sunday - Thursday.This can change without notice. Check at your hotel and with the policeman posted at the entry.Shabbat...
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unaS
Jul 18, 2010

Al-Aqsa Mosque

Al-Aqsa Mosque or "the Farthest Mosque" is an Islamic holy place in the Old City. The mosque itself forms part of the al-Haram ash-Sharif or "Sacred Noble Sanctuary" (along with the Dome of the Rock),...
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Kuznetsov_Sergey
Mar 15, 2010

Dome of the Rock

The most famous Islamic site in Jerusalem is the Dome of the Rock (Qubbat as-Sakhrah). An impressive and beautiful edifice, the Dome of the Rock can be seen from all over Jerusalem The Dome of the...
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Kuznetsov_Sergey
Mar 15, 2010

The Center of Madness

Temple Mount represents all that is good in the world as well as all that is bad. Its a symbol of religious devotion and religious fanaticism. Its the figure head of all the worlds most deeply held...
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wilocrek
Apr 10, 2009

Going UNDERGROUND

If you have ever been to Jerusalem and visited the Western Wall (also called the "Wailing" Wall), you have stood at the base of the only remnant of the temple mount. This is where Jews go to pray and...
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Martin_S.
Mar 11, 2009

Dome of the Rock and Temple Mount

This is the well known symbol of Jerusalem and probably the most contested site in the old city.The sacred rock over which the dome has been built was a religious site long before Islam. Jews believe...
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Robmj
Oct 03, 2008

Al Aqsa Mosque

The Aqsa is an active mosque complete with the gender sections. As with any mosque, the middle area is for prayer, with the perimeter areas reserved for study, sharing lessons, prayer materials, etc....
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jadedmuse
Jul 20, 2008
 
 
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Things to Do Near Temple Mount

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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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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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Al Aqsa Mosque

This monument, built by the Templars, occupies the south side of the Temple Mount and is oriented north to south. The entrance and main facade is on the north side, directly facing the Dome of the...
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Yemin Moshe

Yemin Moshe is an upscale Jerusalem Neighborhood with sweeping views of the old city as it lies higher and the famous landmark of the district is the Montifiore Windmill, built by a British Jewish...
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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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Jewish Quarter

The Jewish Quarter, dates to roughly 1400. The oldest synagogues — the Elijah the Prophet and Yohanan Ben Zakkai — are roughly 400 years-old. These synagogues are below street level because at the...
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