We all know that each city we visit has its “must-see” sites and attractions.
Exploring these sites was a mind-blowing and unforgettable trip to the past, unveiling even more layers of the holy city.
By 1970, he had moved to Jerusalem and purchased a home in the heart of the Jewish Quarter.
Surrounded by history everywhere, he was eager to uncover the ancient Jewish heritage in the holy city. His years of excavations revealed a timeline of some 3,000 years of Jewish history in Jerusalem, all hidden under one house.
The institution was later moved to a different location, leaving the chapel behind.
When the Italian Synagogue claimed its place in the compound, the chapel became an integral part of it.
The synagogue and museum are open Sunday to Thursday; the chapel is open only for special occasions. Jason’s Tomb Jason’s Tomb is an ancient rock-carved burial tomb dating back to the Second Temple period.