This place doesn’t need any reviews. One of few places on Earth which is so special and spiritual ...
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We arrived at the Dung (Moghrabi) Gate around 11.30 winter time. There was already a long queue. We stood in line for an hour and then the access to the Temple Mountain opened. The queue started to move on very slowly. We finally went through...More
As with many things in the Old City the significance of the building far outweighs the structure itself. Still a very impressive place to visit
Despite the queues and the fact that it is not always possible to visit, it is well worth taking the opportunity if available. This place is significant for Jews, Muslims and Christians ... a huge area now dominated by the Dome of the Rock which...More
In reading reviews and speaking to many other tourists. Avoided this place that is not overly friendly to Christian tourists from USA
As a non-muslim, you can only access the temple mount from one place, so if you wanna avoid long queues, go early! As a woman, you should also dress modestly. As a guy, it's not a bad idea to have a pair of long pants...More
We got there about 30 minutes before opening and were about 100m deep in the queue, but it did move relatively quickly once opened. Once inside we hired a local guide (not sure he was official) for about 200 shekels and so were able to...More
Quite an experience!...stepping on the Temple Mount of the Bible! *The entrance is a small gate beside the entrance to the Western Wall. *There's a strict time schedule in entering *What's important is what happened in this place according to the Bible!!!
It not that easy to visit without having the right information. - Wear covering clothes. - take the right entrance. Muslims take the Haram Sharif, other religions take the Moor Entrance. - visiting the dome is only possible at 7.30am and 1.30pm. Be on time,...More