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Maison Brûlée (Katros House)

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Wonderful Movie
Evaluation TripAdvisorMis à jour le January 1, 2019

Learn about a real home dating to the first and second temple. Artifacts are also on display and part of the movie setting and staging. Good for all ages.

Not interesting enough......
Evaluation TripAdvisorMis à jour le April 23, 2018

A poor attempt at bringing archaeology alive. The only interesting items are the bowls and other domestic artifacts that were found. The film is poorly produced, full of conjecture and badly acted. I found it patronizing as I’m sure many tourists would believe.

Interesting story
Evaluation TripAdvisorMis à jour le April 5, 2018

Archeological excavations started in Jerusalem in 1967. This home which belonged to the Katros family was found six meters beneath today's Jewish Quarter. Many interesting artifacts were found here: stone tables, measuring cups, bowls, jugs, Roman spears and even bones. Downstairs there is an interesting movie about the family and the times in which...

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Archeological excavations started in Jerusalem in 1967. This home which belonged to the Katros family was found six meters beneath today's Jewish Quarter. Many interesting artifacts were found here: stone tables, measuring cups, bowls, jugs, Roman spears and even bones. Downstairs there is an interesting movie about the family and the times in which they lived. The movie ends with the destruction of the city, the temple and this house and family. I found this a very interesting stop on our journey through Old Jerusalem.

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