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Mount Herzl Cemetery

  • Mount Herzl, Jerusalem

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Very interesting
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 1 day ago

You van go bij the tram to Mt Herzl. From the stop is is a 5 minute walk. It is very impressing and very large. Also the mount Herzl museum is very interesting and had a great guide. You must only pay for the museum and is 30 shekel pp. For elderly people It...

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You van go bij the tram to Mt Herzl. From the stop is is a 5 minute walk. It is very impressing and very large. Also the mount Herzl museum is very interesting and had a great guide. You must only pay for the museum and is 30 shekel pp. For elderly people It is cheaper. Is is a must for Jerusalem. From there Youp can walk to Yad Vashem. Is is about 500 meters.

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Peaceful Place
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on April 27, 2019

This is the military cemetery for the fallen of Israel. It is also the location of tombs for some prime ministers and presidents of Israel.

Even a short visit would be nice!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on April 24, 2019

Always like to visit cemeteries, they are so peaceful and thought provoking at the same time. This one is very beautiful and kept nicely. We were on a tour and our visit was a shorter one than we would have liked it to have been. We did not get to see...

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Always like to visit cemeteries, they are so peaceful and thought provoking at the same time. This one is very beautiful and kept nicely. We were on a tour and our visit was a shorter one than we would have liked it to have been. We did not get to see the military graves, but did visit Herzl' grave and a section where some more famous people are buried, like Golda Meir and others. Even if you have only a short time, try to pay a visit and time to pay respects for those souls that walked the good earth before our time.

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