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King David's Tomb

Mount Zion, Jerusalem, Israel
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Mount Zion, Jerusalem, Israel
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Reviewed 4 days ago

King David's Mount Zion has a significant role in the history of Israel, known as David's City.Research revealed the ruins of 4000 years Palaces and structures here.The tomb was in the lowest structure where photography was prohibited.There was a big chair at the side of...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

King David was the most remarkable king in the history of Israel. His tomb is shown next to the Upper Room on Mount Zion. You see an enormous sarcophagus not very old. The Sarcophagus is shared in two parts: the women may see one part...More

Thank Lars M
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Jerusalem is full of ancient and interesting structures, but this one is somehow unremarkable, and also a bit touristy. The casket has no relationship to King David, and the site itself is of questionable religious significance since it's highly unlikely that King David is buried...More

Thank Daniel M
Reviewed 6 July 2017

I'm reviewing these together as they are in close proximity to each other. Both are worth a visit and neither require any long period of time. The room of the last supper was interesting to me as I had not imagined it as such a...More

Thank calota
Reviewed 8 June 2017

While in Jerusalem---do it all, including a stop here. Adjacent to the room of the Last Supper and worth a quick stop to this traditional site.

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Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

King David's Tomb is an interesting visit in Mount Zion!. Pay attention as men and woman use different doors to visit the Tomb. It's crowded but can be visited in 15 or 20 mins!.

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Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

Although there is not much to see at King David's tomb the history and importance of this person makes the trip worthwhile. It is most interesting to watch the students and scholars studying religiously around the tomb.

Thank Robertkohn1234
Reviewed 28 May 2017 via mobile

On mount Zion , it is believed king David is buried here . Functions as a small synagogue , women and men separated .on the second floor it is believed that the last supper was taking place .

Thank Gidons51
Reviewed 24 May 2017 via mobile

I went to visit the King David's Tomb that is located in Har Tzion, about 15 min walk from mamila or the Kotel in the Old City of Jerusalem, it's a very special and spiritual place, King David founded the city of Jerusalem some 3000...More

Thank Isaac A
Reviewed 18 May 2017

An important thing to see at Mt. Zion is King David's Tomb located in the Lower Floor room of the building where you find The Cenacle, the believed location of the Last Supper. This is believed to be the burial place of King David. There...More

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