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Top 10 Jewish attractions in Jerusalem

Top 10 attractions for Jewish Travelers to Jerusalem

A Jewish heritage experience in in Israel

Here are ten Jewish attractions that you may want to include on a tour of Jerusalem:

  1. The Western Wall (Kotel): a major pilgrimage site for Jews, located in the Old City of Jerusalem.
  2. The Temple Mount: a hill in the Old City of Jerusalem that is the site of the First and Second Temples and is considered one of the holiest places in Judaism.
  3. The Western Wall Tunnels: an underground tour of the Western Wall, including the remains of the Second Temple.
  4. The Mount of Olives: a hill overlooking Jerusalem that is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible and is associated with several important events in Jewish history.
  5. The Jewish Quarter: a neighborhood in the Old City of Jerusalem that was the center of Jewish life in the city for centuries.
  6. The Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Museum: a museum dedicated to preserving the memory of the victims of the Holocaust.
  7. The Israel Museum: a museum with a wide collection of Israeli and Jewish art, archaeology, and history.
  8. The Biblical Zoo: a zoo located in Jerusalem that focuses on species mentioned in the Bible.
  9. The Knesset: the Israeli parliament, located in Jerusalem.
  10. The Supreme Court of Israel: the highest court in the Israeli legal system, located in Jerusalem.

Here are a few more Jewish attractions in Jerusalem that you may want to consider adding to your tour:

  1. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem: a leading university in Israel and a center of research and scholarship.
  2. The Ticho House: a museum located in a 19th-century Jerusalem home that displays the art collection of Dr. Avraham Marcus Ticho and his wife Anna.
  3. The Israeli Knesset Menorah: a seven-branched candelabrum located in front of the Knesset building, symbolizing the seven days of creation.
  4. The Biblical Landscape Reserve: a park in the Jerusalem hills that features the landscape and archaeology of the biblical period.
  5. The City of David: an archaeological site in Jerusalem that includes the remains of the ancient city of Jerusalem and the palace of King David.

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