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Dome of the rock
Dome of the rock

Standing on the site of the altar on which Abraham bound his son Isaac and later 2 Jewish temples wer built, the first destroyed by the Babylonians in 586BCE, the 2nd by the Romans in 70 CE

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Steps leading to the temple
Steps leading to the temple

The dome of the rock was built on the site of the 2nd temple, destroyed in the year 70

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dome of the rock
dome of the rock

Moslem shrine commemorating Mohamme's night time journey to recieve the word of God, which they regard as the Koran

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Dome of the rock
Dome of the rock

Standing on the site of the altar on which Abraham bound his son Isaac and later 2 Jewish temples wer built, the first destroyed by the Babylonians in 586BCE, the 2nd by the Romans in 70 CE

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Steps leading to the house of Caifas
Steps leading to the house of Caifas

Jesus was brought to the house of Caifas the high priest to be judged, here Peter denied Him three time and three times the cock crowed, hence the name of the church built on this site. Peter in Gallicantu. The place where the cock crowed.

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Steps leading to the house of Caifas
Steps leading to the house of Caifas

Jesus was brought to the house of Caifas the high priest to be judged, here Peter denied Him three time and three times the cock crowed, hence the name of the church built on this site. Peter in Gallicantu. The place where the cock crowed.

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Room of the Last Suipper
Room of the Last Suipper

Also known as the Upper Room, on Mt Zion, here Jesus celebrated the Passover meal with his disciples. He gave them bread and said "eat" this is my body and "wine" this is my blood

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Room of the Last Suipper
Room of the Last Suipper

Also known as the Upper Room, on Mt Zion, here Jesus celebrated the Passover meal with his disciples. He gave them bread and said "eat" this is my body and "wine" this is my blood

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Mt.Zion Walk

 

The most famous of all the mountains of Israel, revered as the site of King David's tomb, the room of the Last Supper, the House of Caifas, the grave of Oscar Schindler (site of a scene from Schindler's list)

Tour begins at the Jaffa Gate, with a visit to David's Tower for a view of the old City.

We continue past the Armenian Quarter, along the archaeological excavations of Hero's Palace to the t Zion Gate.

Continue to the Benedictine church of Mary, then to the Room of the Last Supper.

Continue to the Tomb of David, then down the mountain, past the grave of Oscar Schindler to the House of Caifas.

5 hr tour 150 shekels per person (minimum 5 participants, or 800 per group (unlimited participants)