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The focus is the soaring height of the historical architecture and while there are crowds of people, deep in their individual prayers, they are connected in their faith and focus on the Western Wall of the 2nd temple in Jerusalem.  The second temple was finished in 516 BC and stands as a testament to religious freedom and survival for over 2,500 years.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Temple

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From excavations in the Jewish Quarter, walkways and columns, as well as stalls and other evidence of daily life, were discovered dating back to the 6th century AD.  The “Cardo” was the main street in ancient Roman cities.  The Cardo still stands as a piece of history where people can see what architecture and life was like historically.  The history and ancient buildings draw in the eye as people walk by on cobblestones thousands of years old.

http://www.rova-yehudi.org.il/sites/the-cardo/

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Jerusalem stands as the home and birthplace for three religions.  It welcomes all pilgrims and those who seek to appreciate its beauty and historical significance.

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4 Comments

  1. Great choices for the week. I’m headed there this fall and your photo makes me even more excited!

    • I am so glad. There is so much to see and do, I feel we barely scratched the surface. Have a wonderful time!

  2. Jerusalem is a melting pot for pilgrims. I don’t remember faces, I remember their reverence.


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