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Tomb of King David – Mount Zion

  • King Davids Tomb, Jerusalem

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An important attraction at Mt. Zion just outside the Old City
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on May 18, 2017

An important thing to see at Mt. Zion is King David's Tomb located in the Lower Floor room of the building where you find The Cenacle, the believed location of the Last Supper. This is believed to be the burial place of King David. There is a covered tomb as well as Jewish worshippers...

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An important thing to see at Mt. Zion is King David's Tomb located in the Lower Floor room of the building where you find The Cenacle, the believed location of the Last Supper. This is believed to be the burial place of King David. There is a covered tomb as well as Jewish worshippers and quite a few fellow tourists who regularly step in for a peek at King David's Tomb. Note: Men and Women enter the section of the room where the tomb is located from different sides. Have a quick look before/after your Upper Room visit to Cenacle while you are at Mt. Zion. It is also worth making time for a visit to the Dormition Abbey just a couple minutes away.

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King David Tomb
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on May 17, 2017

It was very interesting to see the place where the tomb of King David is celebrated and remembered. I found it interesting that the men had to view this site on one side and the women on the other

King David Pbuh's Tomb
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on May 11, 2017

This was my second visit to King David's pbuh's tomb and such an honour to spend time offering prayers and salaams from myself and my family. I visited on a day when lots of tourists were arriving for photos but I could easily spend an whole afternoon here. With love and respect to Hazarat...

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This was my second visit to King David's pbuh's tomb and such an honour to spend time offering prayers and salaams from myself and my family. I visited on a day when lots of tourists were arriving for photos but I could easily spend an whole afternoon here. With love and respect to Hazarat Dawood (as). May I return to visit you again.✨

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Worth a look
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on May 6, 2017

Located alongside other sites to visit a look at the tomb is worthwhile. It clearly has meaning to some of the locals even if it is apparently doubtful that this is really his tomb.

Interesting
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on April 30, 2017

Women on one side and men on the other. It was very interesting and the architecture is impressive. Again, lots of walking.