Jerusalem – 3 most inspiring attractions

Jerusalem – 3 most inspiring attractions

Jerusalem is today’s capital of Israel. Jerusalem is one of the most religious cities in the world, as it represents a special blend of archaic history, spiritual piety and varied cultures. Only a few cities inspire as much as Jerusalem.

Jerusalem is the hub of the world’s three most prominent religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Jerusalem’s tourists are left touched and inspired by the shining glow of they city’s religious shrines, picturesque scenery and magnificent golden limestone.

Top Jerusalem tours will show you the can’t miss sights of Jerusalem. Here are Jerusalem’s top three must-see attractions.

The Western Wall Tunnels are a maze of burried tunnels that link together a continuous chain of history. They snake beneath the Western Wall known to non-Jews as the Wailing Wall which is a remaining section of the wall enclosing the Temple Mount and ist he most important site of prayer for Jews.

Temple Mount, aka Mount Moriah, is a location of tremendous religious importance in the Muslim, Christian, and Jewish religions. It is one of Jerusalem’s most famous attractions and can be found within the walls of the Old City. The glinting golden dome of the Dome of the Rock rises impressively above Jerusalem’s skyline and has become the city’s most distinguishable aspect.

Church of the Holy Sepulchre also called the Church of the Resurrection is a Christian church housed inside the walled Old City of Jerusalem. The land on which the church is built is regarded by many Christians as Golgotha, the Hill of Calvary, where, according to the New Testament, Jesus was crucified. It is said to also be the Jesus’ burial site (the sepulchre). The church has been a significant pilgrimage destination since the 4th century. In modern day it is the main office of the Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem and the Catholic Archpriest of the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre.