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Temple Mount

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  • Temple Mount, Jerusalem

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Worth the visit
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

It is a good place to take pictures. You can view other parts of Jerusalem from here and I recommend it.

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Temple Mount
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 4 days ago

You cannot go inside but it is well worth going just to see the actual golden dome and the most beautiful and intricate tiling - not to mention the variety of people.

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Wonderful
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 5 days ago

Really recommend using one of the tour guides as they explain the protocol the history and get you in the queue at the right time to beat the crowds. We entered via mughrabi gate near Dungate which I believe is the only entry point for non Muslims. Temple Mount is managed by the...

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Really recommend using one of the tour guides as they explain the protocol the history and get you in the queue at the right time to beat the crowds. We entered via mughrabi gate near Dungate which I believe is the only entry point for non Muslims. Temple Mount is managed by the Muslim community and on the day there was heightened religious tension so entry was not guaranteed. Anyway we did get in and the tour guide explained the reverence of Temple Mount and one of the Holiest Sites for Muslims, Jews and Christians alike. Absolutely fascinating and beautiful.

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Awesome
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 22, 2016

As soon as one walks into the Al Aqsa complex, one can feel peace, tranquillity and bliss. The sheer beauty of the Dome of the Rock is impressive, but together with the history, one can trace all the painful moments that this truly magnificent complex has been trough the ages.

Fascinating
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 20, 2016

Fascinating site, lots of history! Check days and times when non-Muslims are allowed to visit. Sunday morning is my recommendation. Enter via the wooden pedestrian bridge near the Western Wall. Wear modest attire and cover your legs. If you wear shorts, you'll be forced to wear a dress like a few male tourists I...

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Fascinating site, lots of history! Check days and times when non-Muslims are allowed to visit. Sunday morning is my recommendation. Enter via the wooden pedestrian bridge near the Western Wall. Wear modest attire and cover your legs. If you wear shorts, you'll be forced to wear a dress like a few male tourists I saw that day.

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