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part of an historic water supply system for Jerusalem and other places round.... pretty dirty....

sure - this is quite an important place to visit - as its effectively an engineering monument which... read more

Reviewed 20 March 2018
FOL-1003
,
Nauru
Great picnic place

We walked to Solomon's Pools today. The walk takes you through a light industrial area. The pools... read more

Reviewed 12 March 2018
Jason K
,
Mataram
via mobile
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20 Mar 2018
“part of an historic water supply system for Jerusalem and other places round.... pretty dirty....”
12 Mar 2018
“Great picnic place”
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Givat Ram
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Reviewed 20 March 2018

sure - this is quite an important place to visit - as its effectively an engineering monument which shows how good water supply was in ancient times. The true place is nice for pick nick - but the pools are dirty and a bit let...More

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Reviewed 12 March 2018 via mobile

We walked to Solomon's Pools today. The walk takes you through a light industrial area. The pools themselves are fenced off for repairs. There is a children's playground near the second pool. Behind the pools is a small pine forest which is green and lovely....More

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Reviewed 7 July 2017

About three miles south of Jerusalemnear Beith Lehem,actualy in the village El Hader part of the A Area-Palestinian Authority,you have to visit in an organised tour The three pools are part of the Jerusalem water system.Nothing to do with King Solomon

1  Thank airport2015
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Reviewed 5 July 2016

There is a confusion between 2 places in Jerusalem area: Solomon's pools which is an archeological site near Beith Lehem and Sultan's pool. The Sultan's pool (its correct name does not appear in TripAdvisor) is an ancient water basin by the west side of Mount...More

3  Thank sarah M
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Reviewed 22 April 2014

I rated the Solomond's Pools as a place I visited and was asked to write a review. So I will, however, the place I visited was not a concert venue but a series of ancient aqueducts in the Bethlehem Area. I passed by them as...More

2  Thank HildegunnAR
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Reviewed 31 August 2013 via mobile

We went, the wife and I to a concert of the "Idan ryhel project" it was spetacular, the sound the show the players and singers all was beyond my expations we enjoyed every minute of it.

1  Thank Golan O
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Reviewed 24 May 2013

I went for some outdoor music events in the summer. Liked the artists and had a good time, good sound. Sometimes it can get cold in the evenings in Jerusalem.

2  Thank Yehudit L
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Reviewed 5 November 2012

There are regular festivals held at Solomons Pools, nearly every weekend there is something different on, from art and crafts to rock concerts

1  Thank Karen G
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