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“Kidron Valley”
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Kidron Valley
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Owner description: Separating the City of Jerusalem and Mount of Olives, this valley contains many ancient tombs such as those of Absalom, St. James, St. Zacharias and Jehoshaphat.
Reviewed April 19, 2013

It was a nice little walk and view. It's right beside the Old City in Jerusalem. I was able to take some nice video and pictures.

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Reviewed April 12, 2013 via mobile

Quite hilly in parts as you would expect from walking out of the old city into this valley. There are numerous signs along the way. It was quite hot in late November so as always make sure to have fluids with you. We walked across to the Mount of Olives. Another great expedition in Jerusalem.

Thank Hopefull-guide
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Reviewed January 18, 2013

located between Mt of Olives and old city. its okay. a lot of tombs in the area. Has biblical history, so it's neat to see briefly.

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Reviewed December 14, 2012

The Kidron Valley is a really impressive option to visit in Jerusalem where you can see the biblical vision of ancient visitor in Jerusalem.

Thank Cafetorah
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Reviewed December 2, 2012

There are several tombs in the Kidron Valley - Absolom, etc. I walked down from the Mount of Olives Visitor Center (which is very small) and exited by walking up the many stairs which bring you close to the Dung Gate (the gate near the Western Wall). There are a few explanatory signs.

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