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All reviews last supper mount zion men and women burial place buried here jewish synagogue quick look quick visit small synagogue final resting place holy site head covering separate areas worth a visit short visit women's section old city
You have to look for it and follow the signs depending on which direction you approach from. Be aware there are separate sections for men and women. It can get crowded & a bit confusing as to where to go and what there is to...More
King David is a key person and part of the religious history of Jerusalem and the Holy Lands. So this is a very special site being the traditional site of his burial. Reverence is necessary - men need to cover their head and men &...More
Women enter on one side and men on the other. Men must have their heads covered and if you do not have a hat, they will give you a little Kipa to wear. I didn’t see the men’s side. The ladies side was small, only...More
This is a religious site. Men must be covered. Men and women must separate. As you approach the very small room where the tomb is located, the men pass through a very busy player room. That’s interesting.
If this location has a lot of religious...More
This site is just outside the Zion Gate, I prefer visiting in the early morning before the tour buses arrive. It is a Jewish Pray Room, men must use wear a head coverings - free white caps are provided. IT is an opportunity to visit...More
Upon entering the tomb, the women visitors must peel off to the left while the men to the right. All must have their heads covered, and if you don’t bring something, they will provide cover. Jewish high priests were praying in the entry room to...More
This was certainly an interesting tomb. You have Jewish priests praying in a small room next to the tomb and finding the tomb is not easy. It’s not hidden, but it takes a bit of effort as we would expect. Be sure to be appropriately...More
This is a small room off of another room where rabbi’s are studying and praying. Men and women have separate entrances and it does get crowded. It would be interesting to know if there were actual remains in the tomb.