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King David's Tomb, Jerusalem

Categories: Cemeteries, Tourist Spots
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2.6/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
Visit the site of King David's Tomb, traditionally seen as the final resting place of the King of Israel. Nestled in a ground-floor room of an ancient, delapidated Byzantine church, it is not known whether the site is the real burial place of King David, or a cenotaph. Nevertheless, the church and sarcophagus, covered with a blue velvet cloth, are still revered by Jewish worshippers from all around the world, who come here to pay their respects to the legendary king. Use our Jerusalem trip generator to arrange your visit to King David's Tomb and other attractions in Jerusalem.
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  • To visit the tomb of the famous King David is a must when you visit Jerusalem. Remarkable, this is not just a museum, you will see people praying and studying Jewish books while you watch the tomb. 
  • Not much to see, but history behind is very interesting, the traditional Jewish man -woman separate way to go inside!! 
  • Spiritually an amazing place especially when you understand whose tomb it is. Pity the patrons / custodians are so hostile. Had to beg just to be able to visit, should be easy to visit giving that the...  read more »
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