Sites: Jerusalem

0 Yellin House at Motza

The historic House, located on the Jerusalem highway in the heart of the Motza Valley, was the first building to be erected in Motza in 1890, and symbolizes the beginning of agricultural settlement in Israel. David Tavia Yellin purchased the land from Colonia Arabs and his son, Joshua Yellin, built…

0 Isaac Kaplan Old Yishuv Court Museum

The Isaac Kaplan Old Yishuv Court Museum is located in a nearly 500-year-old building in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem. The museum provides a rare glimpse into the daily lives of the residents of the Old Yishuv of Jerusalem. Personal objects tell their owners’ stories: the…

0 The Tower of David – Museum of the History of Jerusalem

The Tower of David is the very symbol of Jerusalem, a unique historical site located between East and West and a modern innovative cultural center. Begin your visit to Jerusalem at the Tower of David Museum Set off on a journey among cultures, kingdoms and religions along the rich history…

0 Ramparts Walk in the Old City of Jerusalem

Get to know Jerusalem from the heights of the Old City’s walls; gaze upon the sights of the Old City alongside the New City: fascinating views of the distant past, Jerusalem’s neighborhoods, and major sites in the capital city. Tour Routes: The Southern Ramparts: This section passes the Armenian Quarter…

0 Zedekiah’s Cave and the Roman Square

Zedekiah’s Cave: 9,000 square meters of legends under the buildings of the Old City. In the days of the First Temple, the giant quarry known today as Zedekiah’s Cave provided the stones for Jerusalem’s grand buildings. Referred to by Josephus as the “Cave of Angels,” it is one of the…

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