One City of Three Faiths – Jerusalem, a sacred city for three religions
|Let us tour the holiest city in the world, from sacred traditions to everyday customs, from familiar sites to hidden corners, amidst the three religions of Jerusalem.|
Throughout the generations, Jews, Christians, and Muslims have cast their eyes towards
Thus, with characteristic
We will embark on a tour of the traditions and beliefs of the city’s three religions.
Among other questions to be addressed: Why do people put notes in the Western Wall? Who is painting graffiti on the walls of Christianity’s holiest church? What name did the Muslims give to the Western Wall? And where is King David really buried?
The sites of the tour include King David’s Tomb, Zion Gate, Hurva Synagogue, rooftop views, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, and a scenic view of the
The tour may be combined with:
- Meeting a family that resides in the Jewish Quarter
- Visiting a traditional tahina factory