Archaeological Sites in Jerusalem

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Archaeological Sites in Jerusalem

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Broad Wall
The discovery in the 1970s of the rather unobtrusive 23-foot-thick...
Archaeological Sites Jewish Quarter
 
Burnt House
"We could almost smell the burning and feel the heat of the flames,"...
Archaeological Sites Jewish Quarter
 
Cardo
Today it's known for shopping, but the Cardo has a long history...
Archaeological Sites, Stores / Malls Jewish Quarter
 
Ecce Homo Convent of the Sisters of Zion
The arch that crosses the Via Dolorosa, just beyond Station II...
Religious Sites, Archaeological Sites Old City
 
Herodian Quarter and Wohl Archaeological Museum
Excavations in the 1970s exposed the Jewish Quarter's most visually...
Museums / Galleries, Archaeological Sites Jewish Quarter
 
Jerusalem Archaeological Park
A gold mine for Israeli archaeologists, this site's most dramatic...
Archaeological Sites Old City
 
Pools of Bethesda and Church of St. Anne
The transition is sudden and complete, from the raucous cobbled...
Religious Sites, Archaeological Sites Old City
 
Tower of David Museum
Many visitors find this museum invaluable in mapping Jerusalem's...
Museums / Galleries, Archaeological Sites Tower of David and Mt. Zion
 
Western Wall Tunnel
The long tunnel beyond the men's side of the Western Wall is...
Religious Sites, Archaeological Sites Old City
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