In 696 BC, Hezekiah's men built the Siloam tunnel to cut off the water flow into Jerusalem and lead a revolt against the ... More
In 696 BC, Hezekiah's men built the Siloam tunnel to cut off the water flow into Jerusalem and lead a revolt against the ruling Assyrians. The actions taken by the Judeans are recorded numerous times in Biblical writings. Now, visitors can explore it and examine the chisel marks on the walls made by the laborers. Bring flashlights or candles because there is no light in the tunnel. Not suitable for children as the water can reach a depth of four feet and the ceiling is less than five feet in places.
YMCA Tower was designed by Arthur Lewis Harman, the same architect who planned the Empire State Building, this high tower
is a city landmark. In addition to the view, the structure contains a 35 bell carillon and three chapels ...
High on the hills of East Talpiot, this promenade, the "Tayelet" offers a fantastic view of the entire Jerusalem landscape
including the sparkling Old City and surrounding walls. This spacious park has many walking trails that traverse the area ...
Surrounded by hills dotted with olive and cypress trees, this is a refreshingly quiet village about a 20 minute ride
southwest of the Old City. Its quaint stone houses are mostly inhabited by Israeli artists and sculptors, and there ...
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