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Hezekiah’s Tunnels – City of David

  • City of David, Jerusalem

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Marvelous Adventure But Physically Challenging
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 19, 2020

Exciting adventure exploring this ancient and significant water supply system excavated under the reign of King Hezekiah in the 8th century BC. We deviated our journey from Hezekiah's Tunnel which was flowing with cold water, to the adjoining and dry Canaanite Tunnel, still an impressive marvel and hiking adventure. Those with...

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Exciting adventure exploring this ancient and significant water supply system excavated under the reign of King Hezekiah in the 8th century BC. We deviated our journey from Hezekiah's Tunnel which was flowing with cold water, to the adjoining and dry Canaanite Tunnel, still an impressive marvel and hiking adventure. Those with physical limitations should not attempt a tour of either tunnel. We found this to be an exciting experience, revealing an interesting aspect of Jewish cultural history.

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חובה לבקר
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on September 3, 2020

מקום מהמם וחשוב הדרכה מרתקת ומסבירה פנים נותנת לך הרגשה כאילו חזרת בזמן בימים חמים הכניסה לנקבות מרעננת המים קרים ומרעננים יש צורך לבוא עם נעלים מתאימות להליכה במים Stunning and important place Fascinating and welcoming instruction makes you feel like you are back in time On hot days the entrance to the tunnel...

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מקום מהמם וחשוב הדרכה מרתקת ומסבירה פנים נותנת לך הרגשה כאילו חזרת בזמן בימים חמים הכניסה לנקבות מרעננת המים קרים ומרעננים יש צורך לבוא עם נעלים מתאימות להליכה במים Stunning and important place Fascinating and welcoming instruction makes you feel like you are back in time On hot days the entrance to the tunnel is refreshing and the water is cold and refreshing It is necessary to come with suitable shoes for walking in the water

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Great attraction with the family
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 16, 2020

Great attraction with the family specially during the Summer walking in the water, the story of the guided tour makes great connection between what you see , the history and the bible