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Zion Gate

  • Zion Gate, Old City, Jerusalem
  • Photo: Zion Gate

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 178 traveler reviews
“I visited this place” to enter the Old City
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 13, 2021

S your surgery I remember from my June 2019 review two years ago, this is an angular structure designed to prevent the entry of marauding barbarian Arab mind from the Middle Ages. Nowadays, it just makes it a twisted turned way to enter the Okd City, and an agitated and convoluted way for cars...

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S your surgery I remember from my June 2019 review two years ago, this is an angular structure designed to prevent the entry of marauding barbarian Arab mind from the Middle Ages. Nowadays, it just makes it a twisted turned way to enter the Okd City, and an agitated and convoluted way for cars (yes- cars) to go back and forth in their attempts to exit the Old City. I hope that you find my one attached photo, which was“shot” through the turret gun hole, to be “helpful.”

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Accessing Zion; Jewish & Armenian Quarters
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 29, 2020

Far less congested than many of the other Gates in Old Jerusalem, this Gate will lead you into the Jewish and Armenian Quarters, as well as Mt. Zion. The Tomb of King David and the Upper Room or Cenacle (location of the Last Supper) are located nearby in Mt. Zion, within the...

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Far less congested than many of the other Gates in Old Jerusalem, this Gate will lead you into the Jewish and Armenian Quarters, as well as Mt. Zion. The Tomb of King David and the Upper Room or Cenacle (location of the Last Supper) are located nearby in Mt. Zion, within the Walls of Old Jerusalem. This Gate is also known as King David's Gate.

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Not the most beautiful Gate but quite interesting
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 30, 2020

Probably there are other Jerusalem Gates which are more beautiful. Most times one crosses this Gate to go to the Dormitory Abbey, to the King’s David Tomb or to the Cenacle. If you do that, you should take some minutes to observe how well the Gate is built concerning the defensive system. The angles...

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Probably there are other Jerusalem Gates which are more beautiful. Most times one crosses this Gate to go to the Dormitory Abbey, to the King’s David Tomb or to the Cenacle. If you do that, you should take some minutes to observe how well the Gate is built concerning the defensive system. The angles which made part of that defensive system, nowadays, became a diving exercise for the drivers who take that entrance. Enjoy!

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