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Day Tour to Jerusalem and Bethlehem from Tel Aviv
"Departing from Tel Aviv 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 worshippers.  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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Half Day Small Group Tour of Jerusalem
"Your half day tour of Jerusalem begins with a drive to the Mount of Olives which offers stunning views over the city and its immediate surroundings. The second stop brings you to Mount Zion a religiously and historically significant location that houses the Church of the Dormition the Hall of the Last Supper and the Tomb of King David. Enter the Old City walls and proceed to explore the Armenian and Jewish Quarters passing along the Cardo an ancient Roman road that has been restored and is now part of a shopping arcade. Move on to the Jewish Quarter and head for the Western Wall
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Private Tour: Old City of Jerusalem Christianity Tour
"Meet with your guide at the central departure point to begin your tour of the Old City. Then enter the walled city while on foot through one of the main gates. Stop at the Dome of the Rock before taking a stroll along the Via Dolorosa also known as the Way of Sorrows. This path is thought to be the walkway which Jesus had taken on the way to his crucifixion. Next head over to Saint Anne Church located in the Muslim Quarter. Next attend the Pools of the Bethesda and walk along the Stations of the Cross while on the way to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. This will incorporate both the Calvary and Resurrection Tombs. Visit the Western Wall
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The Tunnel

This description of the Western Wall tunnel was taken from the website as it explains the route much better than I. This tunnel runs 1,000 feet along the wall and shouldn't be missed. Entering a...
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Jan 10, 2003


The WAILING WALL in Jerusalem , the most sacred place for the Jewish people. Don't turn you back to the wall.Unfortunately we visited the Wailing Wall on Saturday, and it was forbidden to take...
Sep 12, 2002

And here it is, the wall....

And here it is, the wall. People often put little papers in it, with their wishes on it. The wall is full of these papers. Keep in mind that men will have to wear a little hat, when aproaching the...
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Sep 07, 2002

For Jewish is the wailing wall...

For Jewish is the wailing wall a stone expression of their religious traditionFor Christians is Jerusalem the town where Jesus was living.11,000 people worked for three years building this construct...
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Aug 26, 2002

West- or Wailing Wall.

From all over the world, but ofcourse mainly from Jerusalem itself Jews come to pray at this holy site. There is, like in a synagoge (jewish church) a segregation of men and women.Here you see men...
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Aug 25, 2002

Check out the Western Wall.

The Western Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem is the holiest place in the world to Jews. People from all over the world come here to pray to God and ask for assistance, forgiveness, health &...
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Aug 24, 2002

The Wailing Wall

Believed to be the only remains of the great temple of Herod the great. Today its the most sacred sight for Israeli jews.
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Dec 12, 2012

Western Wall (aka "Wailing Wall") - 3

You'll see all kinds of worshippers at the Wall, but a majority of them are Hassidics coming from other Jewish areas of Jerusalem - outside of the Old City.
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Mar 23, 2008

Jewish Holiest Shrine

The Western Wall Or famously Known As The Wailing Wall Is The Holies Shrine To The Jewish People.You can see the worshipers praying here.
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Apr 03, 2007

Bar Mitzvah by The Wall

There was a boy by the wall performing his Bar Mitzvah (Acceptance into adulthood) and his concentration and nervousness of making it in this sacred place where quite fascinating.
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Jul 22, 2005

Ha'kotel o Western Wall

The magnetism that you can feel when you go to the Kotel, is like been near to heaven. Most of the people that goes to the kotel prays and introduce paper between the stones aksing to God.
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Feb 06, 2004

Western Wall

The famous Wailing Wall which is preferrably being called the Western Wall, with the Omar Mosque behind...
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Nov 24, 2003
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Things to Do Near Wailing Wall - Western Wall

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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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Jewish Quarter

The Old City of Jerusalem is divided into 4 traditional quarters Christian, Muslim, Armenian, Jewish with the latter located at the southeastern part. I was surprised to see that the Jewish quarter...
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Dome of the Rock

Dome of the Rock is one of the main attractions in Jerusalem dominating the skyline in the Old City as it is located on the Temple Mount and its dome can be see from a distance. It’s one of the oldest...
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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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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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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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