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Featured Neighborhood
_We***86The Old city is actually very compact with narrow alleys and contains small communities of different faiths. It's amazing to understand the building process and how there's entire layers of the previous settlements. An incredible experience and insight into the long history.
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Historical Site
法国ribEvery day, people from different parts of the city, from all over the world to the cry wall ⋯ This is the holy place of the world's Jews (the nearest place to the second temple, the west wall) pouring out the suffering of displacement ⋯
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Churches and Cathedrals
法国ribThis is the place where Jesus died and was raised. It is the holy place of Christianity. An interesting tradition, the twelfth century rulers of the time, stipulated that the keys to the church of the Holy Tomb were kept by a Muslim family, so that you would not all argue. Now every night, a Muslim climbs a ladder to lock the door.
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City | ​​landmark
D33***05amazing place for walk, coffee, shopping or art. very peaceful, traditional. with great beaches around. every time when I'm in TLV I walk there around.
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Memorial Hall
悠游麦兜The Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem is an official Israeli memorial dedicated to the deaths of Jews during the Holocaust and to the veneration of non-Jews who took great personal risks during the Holocaust and rescued Jews as "the righteous man of the world".
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欲飞的鸟【Mount of Olives】Located on the east side of the Old City of Jerusalem, it is named after olive trees planted around the mountain and is a holy place for Jewish and Christian believers. It faces the Temple Mount where the Old City of Jerusalem is located. Standing on the heights of the Mount of Olives (in front of the Seven Arches Hotel), you can have a panoramic view of the old city of Jerusalem. However, underfoot is the cemetery of tens of thousands of Jews. Jews always want to be buried on the Mount of Olives. The cemetery on the hillside is said to be the oldest cemetery in the world. From Bible times to today, tombs from 4000 years ago coexist with tombs today. There are an estimated 150,000 tombs on the mountain, including Including Zechariah (the prophet who prophesied here) and many Jewish rabbis from the 15th to the 20th century. For the Jewish people, this place is also a memorable sacred place. The Jewish cemetery is very simple, without flowers and sacrifices, only the collected stones are placed on the tomb as a memorial. In 70 AD, Roman troops camped on the Mount of Olives, besieged Jerusalem, and then destroyed the city. From the First Middle East War in 1948 to the Six-Day War in 1967, the Mount of Olives was occupied by Jordanians and the Mount of Olives was severely damaged. Jordanians used tombstones from the cemetery to build roads and military toilets. Many of the tombstones are thousands of years old. history. After the Six-Day War, the Israelis did their best to transport the surviving tombstones back to the mountain. The Mount of Olives is also where Jesus used to preach. The Gethsemane Garden under the hills is planted with rosemary called "Memory". Next to the Gethsemane Church of All Nations, also known as the Cathedral of Depression, the rock in front of the altar is said to be the last night after Jesus was betrayed Place. The nearby Orthodox church building is the Church of St. Mary the Goddess; next to it is the Domenez Flevet Chapel; above it is the Ascension Church, which is said to have the footprints of Jesus’ ascension; Peter Nieste Church not far away , Which contains the Lord’s Prayer written in 44 languages. In addition, the tomb of the Virgin Mary, Siloam Pool... have become holy places for Christians. Standing at the Tower of David in the Old City of Jerusalem, looking at the Mount of Olives, there are sparse olive trees and tombs everywhere. Looking further, you can see the separation wall on the border between Israel and Palestine...

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King David's TombHarei Yehuda,Israel

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The Way of the Cross - Via DolorosaHarei Yehuda,Israel

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Mount of OlivesHarei Yehuda,Israel

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Damascus (Shechem) GateHarei Yehuda,Israel

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Church of the MultiplicationEmek HaYarden,Israel

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Nazareth MarketGalilee,Israel

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About Israel

On the shores of the Eastern Mediterranean sits a stunning country with a long and tumultuous history. Israel’s deserts and high mountains, fabulous coastline, and historic temples tell stories from across the ages. Haifa and Tel Aviv have vibrant cultural scenes and beautiful seaside hotels and restaurants. The Old City in Jerusalem is central to the world’s Abrahamic religions. Sites holy to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are all found there. Ancient olive groves shade Roman ruins while high tech companies power the digital economy. Israel is a case study in contrasts.

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