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Tomb of King David – Mount Zion

  • King Davids Tomb, Jerusalem

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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 189 traveler reviews
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TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 5 days ago

All the History revisited. The experience of the the preyer chain, just to know we are in Jerusalem in Kig David´s. My second time. Will visait again God permits

Very short
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 14, 2017

It's a short visit. Nothing much to see. This is where King David's supposed to be buried. You will see a crypt to represent his tomb, but that's it. Nothing much is open for you to go in and see.

Holy Mount Zion
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 13, 2017

Take a visit to Holy Mount Zion, just outside the walls of old Jerusalem, this is also recognised as the place were the Last Supper took place and were King David the father of King Solomon is buried !

Interesting for a quick visit
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 28, 2017

King David's tomb is marked first by a great statue outside. Upon entry, there are separate sides for men and women, with men being required to have a head covering. This is a site of worship so you need to respect those who are gathered there. Once in, the room has a sarcophagus covered...

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King David's tomb is marked first by a great statue outside. Upon entry, there are separate sides for men and women, with men being required to have a head covering. This is a site of worship so you need to respect those who are gathered there. Once in, the room has a sarcophagus covered in material, although the actual remains are supposed to be some distance under the room. A nice place to visit, although it will not take long. It's right next to the Room of the Last Supper so the two should be done together.

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King David's burial site.
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 27, 2017

If you think about it for a moment- it is an incredible site. A presumed burial place of David, King of Israel . As Jewish religious tradition demands men and women have to be separated to enter the two different sides of the famous tomb. Men's section on the right is preceded by the...

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If you think about it for a moment- it is an incredible site. A presumed burial place of David, King of Israel . As Jewish religious tradition demands men and women have to be separated to enter the two different sides of the famous tomb. Men's section on the right is preceded by the Synagogue area. Women just walk in directly to their section on the left . The viewing area is actually small and unless you are of Jewish religion you just need a minute to view the tomb.

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