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Hevron and Path of the Patriarchs (3)

A visit to Israel is not complete without a visit to the Biblical home town of Avraham Aveinu (Abraham the Patriarch). Come tour the city of Hevron where Abraham and Sarah lived. Tour Ma’arat HaMachpela, the Cave of the Patriarchs, where they were subsequently buried. Walk the streets of this distinctive town; hear awe-inspiring stories about people and events that occurred here throughout the past 3800 years. Visit the Hevron of Today and connect to the Hevron of Yesteryears.

Updated Monday, May 20 2013 @ 09:59 am CDT


 

Sites in Israel


Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version Kotel or Western Wall

 

The Kotel HaMa'aravi otherwise known as the Western Wall, is Judaism's second most holy site.  The Temple Mount itself is Judaism's most holy site as it was the location of the First and Second Holy Temples.  The Holy Temple, known in Hebrew as the Beit HaMikdash, was the spiritual center of the Jewish people.  The term Beit HaMikdash (sanctified House or House of God)  was first built by King Solomon based on the commandmant by God to Moses duirng the 40 year exodus out of Egypt.   This First Temple was destroyd by the Babylonians in 586 BCE and the 2nd Temple was soon after built in the year 516 BCE.  The Temple was destroyed by the Romans in 70 CE, and only the Western wall of the Temple Mount, remained standing.   

Jews from all over the world come all year round to visit and pray to God at the Kotel.  Upon close inspection, one will see hundreds of small pieces of paper bearing individuals'  personal prayers to God, that they had stuffed into the cracks of the wall. 

The Kotel, or the Western Wall, was built by King Herod as part of his impressive building program to expand and glorify the Holy Temple in the first century BCE.   In order to enhance the surrounding grounds of the Holy Temple , King Herod ordered that  Mount Moriah, the mount on which the Temple stood, be expanded .  The Kotel was built as the western retaining wall to the Temple Mount after it was expanded.  

 

Due to the religious nature and sensitivity of this site, there is a seperate prayer area for men on the left of the pavillion, and a seperate prayer area for women on the right side.  Further south there is Ezrat Yisrael, a communal all inclussiv section where men and women can pray together.  

All visitors are requested to dress modestly when visiting the Kotel. 

Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version The Menachem Begin Heritage Center Museum

This museum is about the life of Menachem Begin and his impact as a leader of the Etzel underground in the pre-state years, as party leader, and eventually as Prime Minister of the State of Israel.  

 

Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version Supreme Court

See how the Israeli court system incorporates Jewish values even in its building style.

Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version Herzl Museum

This interactive movie helps the visitor relate better to Theodore Herzl and how he perservered to follow his dream in establishing a homeland for the Jewish people.

Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version Prison of the Underground Fighters

 Museum of Jerusalem prison where underground Jewish fighters were incarcerated.

Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Museum

Through personal testimonies, video clips, still photos, memoirs and mementos, this museum presents the historic events that befell Europe following Nazis' rise in power and the fate of the Jews under Nazi rule in occupied countries.

Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version Ammunition Hill

 Walk through this historic site, see the trenches and bunkers, watch a movie about the battle for Jerusalem during the 6 Day War.

About Judy

Judy is an amazing tour guide with a great deal of experience guiding families all throughout Israel. You can contact Judy by email: judy@eyetours.net or at 972-2-993-2256. more...

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Tour of the 1st neighborhoods outside the Old City wall

 

Tours of the Shomron 

Tel el Ful, Psagot, Beit El, Amona, Shilo, Maale Levona, Itamar, Elon More, Har Kabir, Har Bracha, Yitzhar, Ariel and more

Walk along the paths of the Avot - deepen your appreciation of the Tanach:

Jacob's dream, God's promises, Chana's Tfilah, site of the mishkan, Yosef's tomb, wineries, crafts, meet the local residents, see spectacular views

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For further information send an e-mail to: Judy@eyetours.net or call:  050-8823313