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Dome of the Rock picture in Jerusalem
Old Jerusalem picture in Jerusalem
Hassidic Jew Praying at the Western Wall picture in Jerusalem
Arab Souk picture in Jerusalem
Via Dolorosa Archway picture in Jerusalem
The Western Wall picture in Jerusalem
Church of the Holy Sepulchre picture in Jerusalem
Tower of David picture in Jerusalem
Temple Mount picture in Jerusalem
View from the Mount of Olives picture in Jerusalem
Zachariah's Tomb picture in Jerusalem
Sunrise over the Dead Sea picture in Jerusalem
Shrine of the Book at the Israel Museum picture in Jerusalem
Vendor at Mahane Yehuda picture in Jerusalem
Descending into the City of David picture in Jerusalem
Hall of Names at Yad Vashem picture in Jerusalem
The Garden Tomb picture in Jerusalem

This stunning domed shrine resides on Temple Mount. Yulia_Malinovskaya Getty Images

The Old City dates back several thousand years and is home to Jerusalem's most famous religious sites. jmutzinger Flickr

The Western Wall is divided into two sections: One for men and one for women. Courtesy of www.goisrael.com

This lively marketplace can be found in the Muslim Quarter of the Old City. Courtesy of www.goisrael.com

The Via Dolorosa is an ancient Roman pathway that connects famous Christian sites within the Old City. Courtesy of www.goisrael.com

Thousands of Jews come to pray at the Western Wall each year. Courtesy of www.goisrael.com

This beautiful shrine at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre houses the tomb of Jesus Christ. Courtesy of www.goisrael.com

The Tower of David's primary role was to defend the city, but it's name reflects the Byzantine Christian belief that this was where King David's palace once stood. Courtesy of www.goisrael.com

The most notable Islamic sites—including the Dome of the Rock—can be found on Temple Mount. Courtesy of www.goisrael.com

For great views of Jerusalem, head to the Mount of Olives. Courtesy of www.goisrael.com

This ornate tomb in the cemetery on the Mount Of Olives belongs to Zachariah ben Jehoiada, who the Eastern Orthodox believe to be the father of John the Baptist. Courtesy of www.goisrael.com

The Dead Sea is the lowest spot on the earth's surface, sitting almost 1,365 feet below sea level. It's name refers to the fact that no living creature can survive in it due to the water's incredible salinity. Courtesy of www.goisrael.com

The Israel Museum's Shrine of the Book houses the ancient Dead Sea Scrolls. Courtesy of www.goisrael.com

Spice up lunchtime with a trip to Mahane Yehuda, a bustling marketplace in West Jerusalem. Courtesy of www.goisrael.com

The City of David is the oldest neighborhood in Jerusalem; many believe it is where King David established his capital. Intrepid explorers can see what's hiding underneath the surface. Courtesy of www.goisrael.com

The Hall of Names is one of the many memorials set up at Yad Vashem to honors those who were affected by the Holocaust. Courtesy of www.goisrael.com

Although the Church of the Holy Sepulchre is widely believed to be the site of Jesus Christ's official tomb, many consider the Garden Tomb to be the actual site of his burial and resurrection. Courtesy of www.goisrael.com

Dome of the Rock picture in Jerusalem
Old Jerusalem picture in Jerusalem
Hassidic Jew Praying at the Western Wall picture in Jerusalem
Arab Souk picture in Jerusalem
Via Dolorosa Archway picture in Jerusalem
The Western Wall picture in Jerusalem
Church of the Holy Sepulchre picture in Jerusalem
Tower of David picture in Jerusalem
Temple Mount picture in Jerusalem
View from the Mount of Olives picture in Jerusalem
Zachariah's Tomb picture in Jerusalem
Sunrise over the Dead Sea picture in Jerusalem
Shrine of the Book at the Israel Museum picture in Jerusalem
Vendor at Mahane Yehuda picture in Jerusalem
Descending into the City of David picture in Jerusalem
Hall of Names at Yad Vashem picture in Jerusalem
The Garden Tomb picture in Jerusalem

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