The Kidron Valley

Attraction Type: Archaeology and History, Region: Jerusalem Area, Address: Between Temple Mount and Mount of Olives, Jerusalem
Source: Israel Nature and Parks Authority
Region: Jerusalem area
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The Kidron Valley is one of Jerusalem's locales, due to its location between the Temple Mount and the Mount of Olives. Many olive trees have recently been brought here to restore the ancient landscape. The Kidron also has the earliest tombs in this vast cemetery, which is still used: Zechariah's Tomb, named after a First Temple priest, the Tomb of the Sons of Hezir, a Second Temple-era priestly family, and Absalom's Tomb, named after David's son. A walk that takes in all the monuments begins at a lookout plaza near the southeastern corner of the city wall.

 

Products specifications
Attraction Type Archaeology and History
Region Jerusalem Area
City Jerusalem
Address between Temple Mount and Mount of Olives, Jerusalem
Opening Hours Unlimited
Parking Yes
Suitable for Children Yes
Accessibility No
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The Kidron Valley is one of Jerusalem's locales, due to its location between the Temple Mount and the Mount of Olives. Many olive trees have recently been brought here to restore the ancient landscape. The Kidron also has the earliest tombs in this vast cemetery, which is still used: Zechariah's Tomb, named after a First Temple priest, the Tomb of the Sons of Hezir, a Second Temple-era priestly family, and Absalom's Tomb, named after David's son. A walk that takes in all the monuments begins at a lookout plaza near the southeastern corner of the city wall.

 

Products specifications
Attraction Type Archaeology and History
Region Jerusalem Area
City Jerusalem
Address between Temple Mount and Mount of Olives, Jerusalem
Opening Hours Unlimited
Parking Yes
Suitable for Children Yes
Accessibility No
URL http://www.xn--7dbe4a3ag.com/?kp=sites&s=3