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Southern Wall Excavations - Nachlaot and the Shuk - G'mar Chatimah Tovah!

posted Oct 1, 2011, 10:57 PM by Jack Cadranel
This week's tours take you from the destruction of Herod's magnificent Temple to the development of the New City nearly 2,000 years later.
At the foot of the Temple Mount is a beautiful archaeological park with remains that span 2000 years of Jerusalem's history. On Monday October 3rd walk In the Shadow of the Temple as you tour The Southern Wall Excavations.
Meet at 9.30 a.m. just inside the Dung Gate.
In the last quarter of the 19th Century Jewish neighbourhoods began to spring up along the Jaffa Road. A makeshift market grew up in a nearby field in an arrangement that suited everyone. Today these are much loved features of the city. On Wednesday October 5th explore some of the picturesque neighbourhoods of Nachlaot and the lively and colourful Shuk Mahane Yehuda.
Meet at 9.30 a.m. at the corner of King George and Agrippas Streets.
Please note that the schedule is subject to change and that tours will only take place if a minimum of three people have registered. Registration in advance is required. Call 054-647-8955 or email tourwithjack@gmail.com . Don't forget to wear comfortable shoes and to bring hats and water. Each tour lasts 2-3 hours and costs NIS 70 per person plus site entry fees. There are site entry fees of NIS 30 on Monday's tour.
There are just a few places left on the Chol Hamoed Succot day trip "From Herod to Herzl" . Book your seat now! Please also save the date for a day trip during Chanukah, "Tour With Jack in the Northern Negev".
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