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    • दर्शनीय स्थल भ्रमण (23)

    • Old City

      पुराना शहर (इब्रानी: העיר העתיקה‎, हा'लर हा'अतिकाह, अरबी: البلدة القديمة‎, अल-बलद अल-कदीम) वर्तमान यरुशलम के अंतर्गत एक 0.9 वर्ग किलीमीटर दीवारों से घिरा क्षेत्र है। पुराना शहर कई महत्वपूर्ण धार्मिक स्थलों का घर है: टेम्पल माउंट और पश्चिमी दीवार यहूदियों के लिये, पवित्र कब्र वाला चर्च ईसाईयों के लिये तथा डोम ऑफ़ द रॉक और अल-अक्सा मस्जिद मुस्लिमों के लिये पवित्र धार्मिक स्थल है। युनेस्को ने इसे 1981 में इसे विश्व धरोहर घोषित किया। पारम्परिक रूप से पुराना शहर चार खण्डों में विभक्त है; ये हैं मुस्लिम खण्ड, ईसाई खण्ड, अर्मेनियाई खण्ड और यहूदी खण्ड। शहर की रक्षा प्राचीरें तथा द्वार उस्मान साम्राज्य के सुल्तान सुलेमान प्रथम द्वारा 1535–1542 ईस्वी के मध्य बनवायी गयी थी। 2007 के अनुसार पुराने शहर में 27,500 मुस्लिम, 5,681 ईसाई, 790 अर्मेनियाई तथा 3,089 यहूदी रहते हैं।अरब-इजराइल युद्ध (१९४८) के बाद जॉर्डन ने पुराने शहर पर कब्ज़ा कर लिया और यहूदियों को यहाँ से बाहर निकाल दिया। छः दिन के युद्ध के दौरान इजराइल ने पुराने शहर सहित पूरे पूर्व यरुशलम पर कब्ज़ा कर लिया और इसे पश्चिम यरुशलम के साथ मिला दिया। वर्तमान में यह पूरा क्षेत्र इसरायली सरकार के नियंत्रण में है, जो इसे राष्ट्रीय राजधानी क्षेत्र का अंग मानती है। हालांकि इसरायली सरकार के 1980 के यरुशलम एकीकरण को संयुक्त राष्ट्र सुरक्षा परिषद ने अमान्य घोषित कर दिया है। पूर्व यरुशलम को अंतर्राष्ट्रीय समुदाय अब फिलिस्तानी क्षेत्र का अंग मानता है।

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    • Church of the Holy Sepulchre

      पवित्र कब्र वाला चर्च (अंग्रेज़ी: Church of the Holy Sepulchre चर्च ऑफ़ द होली सेपुल्कर; अरबी: كَنِيسَةُ ٱلْقِيَامَة‎ कनेसतु अल-कयेमा; यूनानी : Ναός της Αναστάσεως नओस टेस अनास्तेसयोस; आर्मेनियाई: Սուրբ Հարության տաճար‎ सुर्ब हरुत’यान तकार; लातिन : Ecclesia Sancti Sepulchri एक्क्लेसिया संकती सेपुल्करी) जिसे पुनर्जीवन चर्च भी कहते हैं, इसाईयों का पुराने यरुशलम शहर के इसाई खण्ड स्थित एक पवित्र गिरजाघर है। यह स्थान इसाई धर्म में दो कारणों से पवित्र है: पहला कारण यह वह जगह है जहाँ ईसा मसीह को सूली पर लटकाया गया और दूसरा कारण उनके शव को इसी स्थान पर दफनाया गया है।

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    • Dome of the Rock

      कुब्बत-अल-सख़रा (अरबी: قبة الصخرة‎ कुब्बत-अल-सख़रा, अंग्रेज़ी: Dome of the Rock, डोम ऑफ़ द रॉक, इब्रानी: כיפת הסלע‎ किप्पत हा-सेला) पुराने यरुशलम में टेम्पल माउंट स्थित एक इस्लामिक तीर्थ स्थल है। इस्लामिक मान्यताओं के अनुसार पैगम्बर मुहम्मद ने इसी स्थान से जन्नत की यात्रा प्रारम्भ की थी।

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    • Mount of Olives

      The Mount of Olives or Mount Olivet (Hebrew: הַר הַזֵּיתִים, Har ha-Zeitim; Arabic: جبل الزيتون, الطور‎, Jabal al-Zaytun, Al-Tur) is a mountain ridge east of and adjacent to Jerusalem's Old City. It is named for the olive groves that once covered its slopes. The southern part of the Mount was the Silwan necropolis, attributed to the ancient Judean kingdom. The mount has been used as a Jewish cemetery for over 3,000 years and holds approximately 150,000 graves, making it central in the tradition of Jewish cemeteries. Several key events in the life of Jesus, as related in the Gospels, took place on the Mount of Olives, and in the Acts of the Apostles it is described as the place from which Jesus ascended to heaven. Because of its association with both Jesus and Mary, the mount has been a site of Christian worship since ancient times and is today a major site of pilgrimage for Catholics, the Eastern Orthodox, and Protestants. Much of the top of the hill is occupied by At-Tur, a former village that is now a neighbourhood of East Jerusalem.

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    • माउंट जिऑन

      For "Zion" as a symbol for Jerusalem, redemption, etc. see Zion (disambiguation).Mount Zion (Hebrew: הַר צִיּוֹן, Har Tsiyyon; Arabic: جبل صهيون‎, Jabal Sahyoun) is a hill in Jerusalem, located just outside the walls of the Old City. The term Mount Zion has been used in the Hebrew Bible first for the City of David (2 Samuel 5:7, 1 Chronicles 11:5; 1 Kings 8:1, 2 Chronicles 5:2) and later for the Temple Mount, but its meaning has shifted and it is now used as the name of ancient Jerusalem's Western Hill. In a wider sense, the term is also used for the entire Land of Israel.

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    • Damascus Gate

      Damascus Gate (Arabic: باب العامود‎, romanized: Bāb al-ʿĀmūd, Hebrew: שער שכם, Sha'ar Sh'khem) is one of the main entrances to the Old City of Jerusalem. It is located in the wall on the city's northwest side and connects to a highway leading out to Nablus, which in the Hebrew Bible was called Shechem or Sichem, and from there, in times past, to the capital of Syria, Damascus; as such, its modern English name is Damascus Gate, and its modern Hebrew name, Sha'ar Shkhem (שער שכם), meaning Shechem Gate, or Nablus Gate. Of its Arabic names, Bab al-Nasr (باب النصر) means "gate of victory," and Bab al-Amud (باب العامود) means "gate of the column." The latter name, in use continuously since at least as early as the 10th century, preserves the memory of a Roman column towering over the square behind the gate and dating to the 2nd century AD.

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    • Tower of David

      The Tower of David (Hebrew: מגדל דוד‎, Migdál Davíd, Arabic: برج داود‎, Burj Dāwūd), also known as the Jerusalem Citadel, is an ancient citadel located near the Jaffa Gate entrance to western edge of the Old City of Jerusalem. The citadel that stands today dates to the Mamluk and Ottoman periods. It was built on the site of a series of earlier ancient fortifications of the Hasmonean, Herodian-era, Byzantine and Early Muslim periods, after being destroyed repeatedly during the last decades of Crusader presence in the Holy Land by Ayyubid and Mamluk rulers. It contains important archaeological finds dating back over 2,000 years including a quarry dated to the First Temple period, and is a popular venue for benefit events, craft shows, concerts, and sound-and-light performances. Dan Bahat writes that the original three Hasmonean towers were altered by Herod, and that "The northeastern tower was replaced by a much larger, more massive tower, dubbed the "Tower of David" beginning in the 5th century C.E." The name "Tower of David" is due to Byzantine Christians who believed the site to be the palace of King David. They borrowed the name "Tower of David" from the Song of Songs, attributed to Solomon, King David's son, who wrote: "Thy neck is like the Tower of David built with turrets, whereon there hang a thousand shields, all the armor of the mighty men."

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    • Via Dolorosa Street

      The Via Dolorosa (Latin for "Sorrowful Way", often translated "Way of Suffering"; Hebrew: ויה דולורוזה; Arabic: طريق الآلام‎) is a processional route in the Old City of Jerusalem, believed to be the path that Jesus walked on the way to his crucifixion. The winding route from the former Antonia Fortress to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre — a distance of about 600 metres (2,000 feet) — is a celebrated place of Christian pilgrimage. The current route has been established since the 18th century, replacing various earlier versions. It is today marked by nine Stations of the Cross; there have been fourteen stations since the late 15th century, with the remaining five stations being inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

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    • पश्चिमी दीवार

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    • Jaffa Street

      Jaffa Road (Hebrew: רחוב יפו‎, Rehov Yaffo, Arabic: شارع يافا‎) is one of the longest and oldest major streets in Jerusalem, Israel. It crosses the city from east to west, from the Old City walls to downtown Jerusalem, the western portal of Jerusalem and the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv highway. It is lined with shops, businesses, and restaurants. It joins with Ben Yehuda Street and King George Street to form the Downtown Triangle central business district. Major landmarks along Jaffa Road are Tzahal Square (IDF square), Safra Square (city hall), Zion Square, Davidka Square, the triple intersection (Hameshulash) at King George V Street and Straus Street, the Ben Yehuda Street pedestrian mall, the Mahane Yehuda market, and the Jerusalem Central Bus Station. Jaffa Road has been redeveloped as a car-free pedestrian mall served by the Jerusalem Light Rail.

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    • Benei Hezir Tomb

      The Tomb of Benei Hezir (Hebrew: קבר בני חזיר) is the oldest of four monumental rock-cut tombs that stand in the Kidron Valley, adjacent to the Tomb of Zechariah and a few meters from the Tomb of Absalom. It dates to the period of the Second Temple. It is a complex of burial caves. The tomb was originally accessed from a single rock-cut stairwell which descends to the tomb from the north. At a later period an additional entrance was created by quarrying a tunnel from the courtyard of the monument known as "the Tomb of Zechariah". This is also the contemporary entrance to the burial complex.

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    • Cardo

      Cardo was the Latin name given to a north-south street in Ancient Roman cities and military camps as an integral component of city planning. The cardo maximus was the main or central north–south-oriented street.

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    • अल-अक्सा मस्जिद

      मस्जिद अल-अक्सा; यरूशलम में स्थित यह मस्जिद इस्लाम धर्म में मक्का और मदीना के बाद तीसरा पवित्र स्थल है। यरूशलम पैगंबर हजरत मुहम्मद साहब के जीवनकाल के दौरान और उनकी मृत्यु के तुरंत बाद के वर्षों के दौरान एक दूरदर्शी प्रतीक रहा जैसा कि मुस्लिमों ने इराक और उसके बाद सीरिया को नियंत्रित किया लेकिन यरुशलम 640 ईस्वी के दशक में मुस्लिमों के नियन्त्रण आया था, जिसके बाद यरूशलम एक मुस्लिम शहर बन गया और यरूशलम में अल अक्सा मस्जिद मुस्लिम साम्राज्य में सबसे महत्वपूर्ण धार्मिक स्थलों में से एक बनी। इस शहर के जटिल और युद्ध के इतिहास के दौरान, अक्सा मस्जिद यरूशलम के लिए संघर्ष स्थल रहा है। मुस्लिम, ईसाई और यहूदी सभी के साथ मस्जिद के नीचे की जमीन को विशेष रूप से पवित्र माना जाता है, जिस कारण इस जमीन के इतिहास को समझने का महत्व अत्यंत महत्वपूर्ण है।

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    • Herod's Gate

      Herod's Gate (Arabic: باب الزاهرة‎, Bab az-Zahra,Hebrew: שער הפרחים Translit.: Sha'ar HaPrakhim Translated: Flowers Gate) is a gate in the northern walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. It connects the Muslim Quarter inside of the old city to the eponymic Palestinian neighbourhood of Bab az-Zahra, situated just outside. It is a short distance to the east of the Damascus Gate. Its elevation is 755 meters above sea level.

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    • Dung Gate

      The Dung Gate (Hebrew: שער האשפות‎ Sha'ar Ha'ashpot), or Mughrabi Gate (Arabic: باب المغاربة‎ Bab al-Magharibeh), or Silwan Gate (since medieval times) is one of the gates in the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. It was built in the 16th century. The gate is situated near the southeast corner of the Old City, southwest of the Temple Mount. Directly behind the gate lies the entrance to the Western Wall Plaza. Dung Gate is a main passage for vehicles coming out of the Old City and for buses headed to the Western Wall. The 16th-century gate was much smaller, but was enlarged in 1952, after the Old City came under Jordanian control in 1948. After its capture by Israel in 1967, architect Shlomo Aronson was commissioned to renovate it.

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    • Gethsemane

      Gethsemane ( gheth-SEM-ə-nee; Ancient Greek: Γεθσημανή, romanized: Gethsēmanḗ; Hebrew: גת שמנים‎, romanized: Gat Shmaním; Classical Syriac: ܓܕܣܡܢ‎, romanized: Gaḏ Šmānê, lit. 'oil press') was a garden at the foot of the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem where, according to the four Gospels of the New Testament, Jesus underwent the agony in the garden and was arrested the night before his crucifixion. It is a place of great resonance in Christianity. There are several small olive groves in church property, all adjacent to each other and identified with biblical Gethsemane.

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    • Shepherd's Field Church

      The Shepherds' Field Chapel is a Roman Catholic religious building. in the area of Beit Sahur, southeast of Bethlehem in the West Bank in Palestine. The chapel marks the place where, according to Catholic tradition, angels first announced the birth of Christ.

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    • Emek Refaim

      Emek Refaim (Hebrew: עמק רפאים) is the German Colony, a neighborhood in Jerusalem, as well as its main street. It takes its name from the biblical Valley of Rephaim which began its descent from Jerusalem here.

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    • The First Station

      For other stations in Jerusalem, see Jerusalem Malha railway station and Jerusalem–Yitzhak Navon railway station.The Jerusalem railway station (Hebrew: תחנת הרכבת ירושלים‎, Tahanat HaRakevet Yerushalayim) is a historic railway station in Jerusalem, Israel, located between Hebron Road and Bethlehem Road, near the German Colony. It was part of the Jaffa–Jerusalem railway until its closure in 1998. When it was in operation it was also known as the Khan station for the old caravanserai building, now the Khan Theater, located across the road. The station opened in 1892 as a terminus of the Jaffa–Jerusalem line, at the 86.6 kilometer mark and an elevation of 787 metres (2,582 ft). In 1998 this railway along with the station were closed and the station was not included in the restoration of the Tel Aviv – Jerusalem line, completed in 2005. The station lay neglected for many years, although the railway yard was used for annual events such as Hebrew Book Week. After undergoing an extensive restoration, it reopened as a culture and entertainment center in May 2013.

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    • Mishkenot Sha'ananim

      Mishkenot Sha’ananim (Hebrew: משכנות שאננים‎, lit. Peaceful Habitation) was the first Jewish neighborhood built outside the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem, on a hill directly across from Mount Zion. Built in 1859–1860, it was the first area of Jewish settlement in Jerusalem outside the Old City walls, and was one of the first structures to be built outside the Old City of Jerusalem, the others being Kerem Avraham, the Schneller Orphanage, Bishop Gobat school and the Russian Compound.

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