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Ammunition Hill (Givat HaTahmoshet)

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  • Givat HaTahmoshet Memorial Site, Jerusalem
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  • Photo courtesy of the Ammunition Hill
  • Photo courtesy of the Ammunition Hill
  • Photo courtesy of the Ammunition Hill
  • Photo courtesy of the Ammunition Hill
  • Photo courtesy of the Ammunition Hill
  • Photo courtesy of the Ammunition Hill
  • Photo courtesy of the Ammunition Hill
  • Photo courtesy of the Ammunition Hill
  • Photo courtesy of the Ammunition Hill
  • Photo courtesy of the Ammunition Hill
  • Photo courtesy of the Ammunition Hill

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Tours st the Ammunition Hill site, with its preserved battle complex, including 820 ft. of battle canals and 40 bunkers. Read more

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A Living Memorial to Honor the Brave
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 24, 2020

Ammunition Hill was a strategic Jordian stronghold guarding the northern approach to the Old City. In the morning hours of 6 June 1967, Israeli paratroopers fought a series of fierce close-combat battles with the equally brave and determined Jordian defenders as they worked their way along the trench positions, clearing bunker after bunker, and...

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Ammunition Hill was a strategic Jordian stronghold guarding the northern approach to the Old City. In the morning hours of 6 June 1967, Israeli paratroopers fought a series of fierce close-combat battles with the equally brave and determined Jordian defenders as they worked their way along the trench positions, clearing bunker after bunker, and finally overran this base after a four-hour see-saw battle. Much of the defensive system is well preserved. On the grounds are four vehicles including a Sherman tank and a half-track. The Museum presents the stages of the Battle for Jerusalem in a surreal manner. An excellent site to visit.

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Ammunition Hill
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 15, 2020

For anyone interested in Israel’s history, this is highly suggested. It had a nice film with relief map that allowed you to follow the events talked about.

Loved this!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 10, 2020

Our family of 8 adults visited here before going into Jerusalem for the day, and I would highly recommend doing it in that order. It provides an informative recount of the taking over of Jerusalem by the Israelis.

Contact Ammunition Hill (Givat HaTahmoshet)

072-3944554