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  • Derech HaOfel, Jerusalem

One of the last remnants of the Jewish Second Temple Read more

  • Next to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Old City of Jerusalem

A Russian church named after a Russian commander who was martyred. A patron of Czar Alexander III. Within the... Read more

  • City of David, Jerusalem

Discovered by a British officer by the name of Captain Warren, this system of water works is underneath the... Read more

  • Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem

One of the seven open gates of the Old City, Jaffa Gate serves as the main tourist entry point to... Read more

  • Christian Quarter, Old City, Jerusalem

A main center of Christianity, the Christian Quarter in the Old City is filled with a variety of churches,... Read more

  • Mount Zion, Jerusalem

Mount Zion, a hill just outside the walls on the southern end of the Old City. Among the important... Read more

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  • Latrun

Yad Lashiryon, Israel’s official memorial for soldiers from the Armored Corps who fell in combat, also happens to be... Read more

  • 41 Emek Refaim St, Jerusalem

One of Jerusalem’s quainter areas is in and around Emek Refaim Street, where a group of German Templar's –... Read more

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  • 10 HaKardo St, Jerusalem

The Cardo is an impressive colonnaded-style street in the Jewish Quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem. Read more

Visit 4 Jewish Quarter Sites at a Special Price!
  • 89 Hayehudim Rd, Jerusalem

The first rebuilding of the synagogue was in 1864, and this time it remained standing for quite a bit... Read more

  • Shonei Halakhot, Jerusalem

Excavations in the basement of a building in the Jewish Quarter after the Six-Day War revealed some of the... Read more

  • Shaar Habarzel, Jerusalem

The Small Wall - also known as the Little Western Wall or, in Hebrew, Hakotel Hakatan - is a... Read more

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  • Motza, Israel

The Yellin House was built in 1890 by Joshua Yellin, son of a family from Jerusalem’s Old City. Yellin... Read more

  • Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem

The Tiferet Yisrael Synagogue was the most impressive synagogue during the 20th Century within the Old City of Jerusalem. Read more

  • Damascus Gate, The Old City, Jerusalem

The Roman Plaza at the Damascus Gate – the remains of Aelia Capitolina Gate and a floor paved with... Read more

  • Shim'on HaTsadik's Tomb, Jerusalem

Simeon the Just (or Shimon HaTzaddik) was a Jewish High Priest during the time of the Second Temple and... Read more

  • Salah ah Din St, Jerusalem

An impressive tomb in East Jerusalem believed to be that of Queen Helena of Adiabene in Mesopotamia Read more

  • 1 David Remez St, Jerusalem

A tranquil church near the Old City built to commemorate the Scottish soldiers who died in WWI Read more

  • Mishkenot Sha'ananim, Jerusalem

A picturesque neighborhood steeped in history and home to many artists and galleries Read more

  • Yemin Moshe, Jerusalem

The burial place of King Herod the Great's family members, many of whom died from his own hand Read more