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Tomb of King David – Mount Zion

  • King Davids Tomb, Jerusalem

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religious and small site
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 16, 2020

Generally an interesting visit, not a lot of space and obviously separated for women and men. Also Kippahs are available at the entrance. Would recommend for the religiously interested people only as otherwise, the place fills up fast and personally I feel like I would annoy the people praying there. The people there...

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Generally an interesting visit, not a lot of space and obviously separated for women and men. Also Kippahs are available at the entrance. Would recommend for the religiously interested people only as otherwise, the place fills up fast and personally I feel like I would annoy the people praying there. The people there were exceptionally friendly which made it a very nice experience.

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Not a lot to see
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 10, 2020

Bit of a tourist trap. Last supper room full of bus tourists. King David’s tomb women and men are separated for viewing due to Orthodox Church rules. Not much to see. Overrated.

Not a lot to see
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 16, 2019

The tomb of King David is divided into male and female sides for viewing. Not a lot to see and there were a number of devoted pilgrims there praying which created even less room, so I merely poked my head inside for a quick look and left. In saying that, the area...

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The tomb of King David is divided into male and female sides for viewing. Not a lot to see and there were a number of devoted pilgrims there praying which created even less room, so I merely poked my head inside for a quick look and left. In saying that, the area the tomb is situated on Mt Zion on the whole is quite interesting and worth just a general wander around.

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