Ari's Tomb And Mikveh

Attraction Type: Holy Places, Region: North, Address: Ha'Ari Street, Safed
Source: Ari's Tomb And Mikveh
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Rabbi Isaac Luria (1534-1572), the Ari left his mark on Safed and on Kabbalah through his mystic work, the Zohar. The Aris Mikveh is built around a spring near the upper entrance to Safed's old cemetery.

His tomb, with its glass-enclosed eternal flame, is down the hill, and nearby is the tomb of his son, Rabbi Moshe Luria. A tree growing from that tomb is hung with prayer notes. On the Ari's death date, the fifth of the Hebrew month of Av, a huge ceremony is held at his tomb.

 

Products specifications
Attraction Type Holy Places
Region North
City Tzfat
Address Ha'Ari Street, Safed
Phone +972-77-7877848/9
Opening Hours 24/7
Parking Yes
Suitable for Children Yes
Accessibility Yes
URL https://bit.ly/2CAKfsz

Rabbi Isaac Luria (1534-1572), the Ari left his mark on Safed and on Kabbalah through his mystic work, the Zohar. The Aris Mikveh is built around a spring near the upper entrance to Safed's old cemetery.

His tomb, with its glass-enclosed eternal flame, is down the hill, and nearby is the tomb of his son, Rabbi Moshe Luria. A tree growing from that tomb is hung with prayer notes. On the Ari's death date, the fifth of the Hebrew month of Av, a huge ceremony is held at his tomb.

 

Products specifications
Attraction Type Holy Places
Region North
City Tzfat
Address Ha'Ari Street, Safed
Phone +972-77-7877848/9
Opening Hours 24/7
Parking Yes
Suitable for Children Yes
Accessibility Yes
URL https://bit.ly/2CAKfsz