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Visiting the Holy Land, Jerusalem, Israel

 
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added on the 5th of July, 2009
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Via Dolorosa Stations of the CrossThe Wailing Wall
 
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zlori wrote on Sep 21, 2009 4:24:
Can you provide some details about the tours you are offering?
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  • The Wailing Wall
    The Wailing Wall or Western Wall is a world famous site of Jerusalem. This is the last remaining wall of Herod's Temple destroyed by the Romans. There is separate section for men and women at the wall, so be careful which part you go to. [...]
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  • Via Dolorosa Stations of the Cross
    Visiting Jerusalem don't miss the Via Dolorosa which is, according to the Christian tradition, the path that the messiah walked with his cross on his shoulder on the way to his crucifiction. There are fourteen Stations of the Cross of which [...]
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Jerusalem History

·   The British captured the city during 1917 and in 1948, it was divided into Israel and Jordan. ·   During a 6-day war in 1967, the Jordanian people were pushed eastwards and the city got untied under the rule of Israel. At present, it has become a bustling and diverse city and most of the government offices and Israeli parliament house are present here. [...]
 
 
 

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