Jerusalem Archaeological Park

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The Jerusalem Archeological Park, located just south of the Western Wall, is considered Israel’s most important antiquity site. Over 5000 years of History can be seen here, however the park is most famous for the ample Second Temple Period artifacts and structures discovered in the area. The unveiling of ancient roads, houses and market places built by King Herod make it possible to travel back in time to the days of King David and Solomon.The Jerusalem Archeological Park spans from the Temple Mount to the Valley of Hinnom and the foot of the Mount of Olives. The site includes excavations and finding from the ancient Bronze period and Canaanite Age which date back to the third Millennium BC, to our modern day.

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