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Virtual tour in Jerusalem, on herod's Temple Mount

Join us into a virtual tour, in a reconstruction of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, as it looked 2000 years ago, at the conclusion of king Herod's expansio.

The Jerusalem Archaeological Park - Davidson Center II

The Jerusalem Archaeological Park - Davidson Center located next to the Temple Mount

Virtual Reconstruction Of Second Temple Temple Mount

Virtual Reconstruction Of Second Temple Temple Mount - The Herodian version of the model shows visitors how excavators believe the Temple Mount site appeared prior to its destruction by Roman troops in the year 70 CE.

Jerusalem Temple 3D Model

With detailed images of the structure and accurate depictions of the clothing worn by the Priests and Levites, discover God& Holy Temple more incredibly than ever before!

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The Jerusalem Archaeological Park: Davidson Center excavations diary

Looking to the direction of the south west, you can see the impressive Arbel cliffs which hand over the area. The Arbel creek flows through Magdala and was one of the reasons why the city was built at this point. Between the cliffs, in the valley, there is the path of the ancient road that leads to Sepphoris, Cana and Nazareth.

The Arbel cliffs in the back of Migdal.

The village's port is now submerged in the beach. This is a view of the beach at this point.  A fisherman's boat from that period was discovered when the sea retreated after a series of  dry seasons. The boat was excavated, restored, and is now on display in Yigal Alon Museum in Ginnosar, the Kibbutz just north of Magdala.  (see more details)

Event 52 Jesus walks on the water to the disciples

The following photo is a view from the walled area at the south-east side. The new village of Migdal is in the background.

Walled area of Migdal at the south-east side.

The following photo is a view from the walled area at the south-east side. The new village of Migdal is in the background.

MAGDALA, Israel – Archaeologists in Israel believe they have discovered the remains of an ancient synagogue where Jesus may have taught. Magdala is an

This is the aerial view of the area from the south-east side.

Magdala is the ancient city of Mary Magdalena.