- City of David: See the place and the archaeological findings where Jerusalem became Jewish three millenniums ago. The City of David gives a rare opportunity to understand how politics and religion alike served ancient rulers to achieve their goals. You will explore the following:
* Support wall and place of King David's citadel and palace.
* The immense water system and watch towers of Abraham's time.
* King Hezekiah's tunnel and the fascinating story of its digging.
* The big Pool of Siloam of Jesus time, recently excavated.
* Where Jeremiah's prophecies are supported by the archeology.
- Temple Mount: Visit the place considered holy or important to billions, Temple Mount and its surroundings. Walk on the same paving stones, climb the very same steps Jewish pilgrims walked and climbed 2000 years ago and see the remains of the gates they used when visiting the Temple. Learn the complexity of the place, known in the Roman world as one of the biggest projects man ever made. Understand the function of the main components then and their meaning to the believers. See the acts of Jesus in the place through their eyes and try to interpret it. Roam through today's temple mount and observe the beautiful mosques.
- Wailing Wall: Observe the part of Temple Mount western wall sanctified during many generations by the Jewish people and named now Wailing Wall. See people of all kinds pray at this site day and night, all year round. See also some of the happenings there – like Bar-mitzvah celebrations or the taking of military oath by platoons of new recruits. Top it with an underground visit to the Western Wall Tunnels.
- Mount of Olives: A spiritual journey taking the route of the Procession of the Palms from Bethany via Mount of Olives to Temple Mount.
- Gethsemane: The stations during the last night of his life – the last supper (Cenacle), the agony and betrayal (Gethsemane), the trial before Caiphas (St. Peter in Galicantu).
- Burnt House: Go underground to see the Burnt House and the Herodian Quarter, residence of the richest people of the city and of priests of the temple 2000 years ago. See the movie picturing the last days of the city before its destruction by the Romans at 70 C.E.
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