Israel may be a small country but there is just something for everyone. Nightlife, snorkelling, Dead Sea resorts, massive rock fortresses, holy sites, and lots and lots of archaeological sites.
Let’s talk about Jerusalem
Jerusalem is just amazing, it is diverse and dynamic. Here you see the modern city of Jerusalem and the old city of Jerusalem side by side. It was here that Jesus once walked and here that the British, Turk, Roman, Greek, Persian, and Babylonian empires all came and occupied the city. Jerusalem is a city with deep significance to Christians, Muslims, and Jews alike. Today there is so much to see and do in Jerusalem. The Medieval Turkish city is very well preserved. And here we can still see the ruins of Herold’s Second Temple, of parts of Hezekiah’s Wall, and even the old palace of King David (ironically the oldest part of the city (the City Of David) is actually outside the “Old City”.
Temple Mount: This Is The Site Of The Ancient Jewish Temple Destroyed By The Romans – This Is The Holiest Site To The Jewish People
The Western Wall: Here You Will See Devout Jews Praying – But Go On Friday Evening (the Sabbath) And You Will See Them Dancing And Singing
The Dome Of The Rock: One Of The Most Iconic Symbols Of Jerusalem And The Third Holiest Islamic Site (The Palestinians Call The Temple Mount “Haram esh-Sharif”)
Western Wall Tunnel: A Tunnel To See The Remains Of The Second Temple Built By King Herod Now Underground
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