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Kidron Valley, Jerusalem. The funerary monuments known as the tombs of Absalom (left) and Zechariah (right) and others.
The monuments known as tombs of Josaphat, Absalom and Zechariah at Kidron Valley, Jerusalem.
36. Panoramic view of Jerusalem. 37. The tombs of Josaphat, Absalon and Zechariah at Kidron Valley, Jerusalem. 38. Remains of monumental building on the Mount of Olives where, according to tradition, Jesus prayed before his arrest. View of the Tombs of the Kings outside Jerusalem. The tomb of Absalom at Kidron Valley. The castle of Yaffa.
Tags: Architecture and built environment, Art and antiquities, Castles and fortresses, Fortress of Yaffa, Israel, Jerusalem, Kidron Valley (Jerusalem), Mount of Olives (Jerusalem), Palestine, Religious practices, Tomb of Absalom (Jerusalem), Tomb of Josaphat (Jerusalem), Tomb of Zechariah (Jerusalem), Tombs of the Kings (Jerusalem), Views, Yaffa / anc. Ioppe
View of the Mount of Olives at Jerusalem, with some of the main pilgrim sites: The Church of Pater Noster (Eleona Basilica) and the chapel of the Ascension(A). The church of the Dormition of the Virgin (K). The Tomb of Absalom (M).
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Kidron Valley in Jerusalem. The monuments called Absalom's tomb (A) and Zechariah's tomb (C) together with other funerary monuments.
The alleged tomb of David in Jerusalem. Absalom's tomb in Kidron Valley, jerusalem. The Pool of Siloam.
The tomb of Zechariah. The tomb of Absalom. The cave of Jeremiah. The structure called prison of Jeremiah, according to tradition.
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