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The Ibrahimi mosque, as it has been known for hundreds of years is truly a place worth visiting... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Talal J
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New York City, New York
Very interesting

The tomb is very interesting. When in Hebron you get to experience first hand how tense the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
CGin23
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New Jersey
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Old Hebron | Beit Haddasa, Hebron 90100, Palestinian Territories
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Reviewed 3 days ago

The Ibrahimi mosque, as it has been known for hundreds of years is truly a place worth visiting. The mosque, in the heart of Hebron's Old City, features architecture from different eras, including that of King Herod. Inside the mosque is one of two minbars...More

Thank Talal J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The tomb is very interesting. When in Hebron you get to experience first hand how tense the situation is between the IDF and Palestinians. The same can be said of this mosque/temple. It is controlled by both Israelis and Palestinians, which each having a walled...More

3  Thank CGin23
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

El Khalil (Hebron) is almost like the Temple Mount in its importance to Jews, Christians, and Muslims. It is the burial place of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. The place has had a turbulent past and it's really worth it to come with a guide. Side...More

1  Thank stonewithnomoss
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The burial place of the biblical forefathers and foremothers. Separate entrances for Jews and Moslems. Heavily guarded for safety of those coming to pray.

Thank kathyvertesi
Reviewed June 14, 2018

If there were 10 places that you should not leave Israel without seeing, this would be one of them. Hevron is amazing. As a tour guide, I visit Hevron regularly. This place is magic. It helps you understand in a way that can't be read...More

Thank Brian D
Reviewed June 7, 2018

This building was built by Herod the Great over 2000 years ago. The building was built on top of the ancient burial caves of Abraham and Sara, Isaac and Rebecca, and Jacob and Leah...the Patriarchs from the Old Testament. As a licensed tour guide, I...More

Thank Brian D
Reviewed May 29, 2018

The Tomb of the Patriarchs is a site holy to both Jews and Muslims (they refer to it by different names, though) and there have long been tensions here because of that. I recommend this site if you are either (a) deeply religious (b) a...More

Thank Genevieve B
Reviewed May 29, 2018

I went specially to visit the Cave of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs as I felt called to go there, as I felt called to go to Israel. The first part of the tour, in fact, most of it, was listening to the dialogues of both...More

Thank Periakka
Reviewed April 25, 2018

If your'e really into religion this might be a great place to visit, but for me it was just another tomb. Also you need to put a funny hat om your head to enter.

3  Thank Patrik L
Reviewed March 24, 2018

Abraham and Sarah, Isaac and Rebecca, and Jacob and Leah are all said to be buried here. The building that sits atop the cave where they are buried is divided between the Muslims and Jews. visitors must leave each side and go through security to...More

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111cat2015
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Response from visithebron | Property representative |
Thanks a lot for asking, yes sure you can take a bus from central bus station in Jerusalem, on the 3rd floor, platform number 6 is the direct bus to The Cave of the Patriarchs.
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