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Walk Through the Streets of Historic Jerusalem, Israel

The bastion of Christians, Jews and Muslims, the city of Jerusalem is filled with sacred buildings, relics and sites that are significant to the three faiths. Walk through its historic streets and imagine how it was during the time the prophets, important figures in history, Kings and Queens, and the ordinary people who never knew how important their city would become to the history of the world.

Jerusalem is not only one of the oldest cities in the world, it is also the holiest. The city has drawn in millions of pilgrims who come to renew and strengthen their faith, or tourists who are drawn to its historic significance. It is visited by about 3.5 million pilgrims and tourists annually.  Known as the “Naval of the World”, Jerusalem has been in existence for more than 3000 years and is said to be the center of civilization.

A trip to the Old City of Jerusalem must be the starting point of your visit. This is the home to key religious sites including the Church of the Holy Sepulchre for Christians, the Temple Mount and Western Wall for Jews, and the Dome of the Rock and al-Aqsa Mosque for Muslims. The Via Dolorosa is a must visit for Christians. It is where Jesus Christ walked bearing his cross towards Calvary. It is marked by the Fourteen Stations of the Cross. You must also visit Mount Olives, Mount Zion, the Old City fortresses,the Christian Quarter, the Muslim Quarter, and the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial.

Visiting Jerusalem is a spiritual and religious experience like no other! It is a city that exemplifies the true meaning of love, faith and hope.  

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