Jerusalem

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Givat Ram
6 reviews
The effects that the Holocaust wrought on the Jewish people still reverberate strongly in the Diaspora and, especially, Israel. — Lonely Planet
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5 reviews
Israel’s national museum would be a treasure-trove even if it didn’t house the Dead Sea Scrolls. — Frommer's
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5 reviews
Jerusalem’s labyrinthine open-air market, Mahane Yehuda—also referred to as the “shuk”—is located between Jaffa Road and Agrippas Street. — Travel + Leisure
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3 reviews
Vast numbers of Christians, especially adherents of the older "mainstream" churches, believe this to be the place where Jesus was crucified by the Romans, was buried, and rose from the dead. — Fodor's
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3 reviews
Its status as the most important existing Jewish shrine derives from its connection with the ancient Temple, the House of God. — Fodor's
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3 reviews
Showcases art from Islamic cultures stretching from Spain to India and aims to bridge the cultural divide between Jews and their Arab neighbours. — Lonely Planet
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Givat Ram
2 reviews
There are few patches of ground as holy – or as disputed – as this one — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
This is where it is believed Jesus received the cross; the Chapel of the Flagellation to the right is where he is said to have been flogged. — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
Very interesting tours are available of the Knesset (Israeli Parliament) building, including the spectacular Chagall windows. — Afar Magazine
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2 reviews
Excavations at this site started in the 1850s and are ongoing, proof of how rich an archaeological find it was. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
One of the most significant sites in the world. It's easy to come back here over and over to see how the changing light highlights different elements throughout the day. — Afar Magazine
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3 reviews
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3 reviews
Revolving art exhibits in the halls and gardens add an especially pleasant angle. There are also good views of the city from the highest ramparts. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
The museum hosts special education groups daily from 9am to 3pm, but call ahead to confirm, as this can change. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
Dug in recent years with the purpose of exposing a strip of the 2,000-year-old Western Wall along its entire length. The massive construction is part of the retaining wall of King Herod's Temple Mount — Fodor's
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3 reviews
One of the sunken pools accessed from the rear of the St Anne's Church compound is traditionally thought to be the biblical Pool of Bethesda where Jesus is said to have healed a sick man (John 5:1-18). — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
The grand stone edifice surrounded by a lush garden of pine trees and roses, now called the Ticho House, was originally built in the late 19th century by an Arab dignitary — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
This is a hands-on museum with many state-of-the-art exhibits that may be of special interest to children and young adults. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
This is an art lovers' museum: Visitors will be amazed by the beauty of the objects on display. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
This 1st-century tomb, discovered in 1867 by Dr. Conrad Schick, is very similar to the biblical description of the tomb of Jesus. — Frommer's
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