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One of the best attractions in Jerusalem,Real excavations started in the 19th Century with the English Captain Warren who dugged shafts near the Western wall and Charles Wilson that found the Wilson arch ,most probably base of a bridge leading to Herods Temple built 19BCE...More
There are many sites which are underground in Jerusalem. Whether you visit the Western Wall tunnels next to the Western Wall, Hezekiah's tunnel or the Canaanite tunnel in the City of David, the Ascent to Zion, the Burnt House of Herodian Quarter you will find...More
if you like time machine travels & real facts when in Jerusalem do not skip this. If you do not do this, it happens that you did not saw nothing in Israel. as we may know/agree history was made here, in that land and this...More
My husband was born in Israel and returned for a few visits. It has been awhile so he never know what had developed during excavations. The tunnels we impressive in constuction and how the modern era is presenting ancient ruins. My children (12 and 14)...More
if you visit the old city of Jerusalem do not skip the underground excavations. . History is becoming clear ! it is an amazing place to visit . gives you a full explanation of what really happened in this amazing part of the world.