Jerusalem (Ashdod), Israel
Israel’s largest sea port, Ashdod is your gateway to Jerusalem, a world-renowned city of great religious significance for the Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths. Ancient sites are scattered throughout the holy city, with the golden Dome of the Rock peeking out above its skyline.
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Western Wall (Wailing Wall)
The most holy Jewish site in the world, the revered Wailing Wall stands on the western side of the Temple Mount. Written prayers overflow from the cracks between its enormous stones, the remnants of Jerusalem’s Second Temple, which was destroyed in 70 CE.
A guided walk through Jerusalem's narrow and crowded cobbled streets takes in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and the other Stations of the Cross along this historic route believed to be taken by Jesus.
The Dead Sea Scrolls, a scale model of 1st-century-AD Jerusalem, the sculpture garden and several exhibits and artwork highlight this world-class museum located in the Givat Ram neighborhood of Jerusalem.
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