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A hill in the eastern part of Old Jerusalem is of special significance to the world's three major religions. It was reputedly the site of the first and second Jewish Temple, and since the 7th century has contained two Muslim shrines.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
| Entry for Non-Muslims from the Western Wall Plaza during opening hours., Jerusalem, Israel
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you visit, women need to have their shoulders and knees covered. My dress came to the middle of my knees and I still had to put on a longer skirt at the gate. This is such a beautiful building. The space around the temple...More

Thank IndySig
Reviewed 4 days ago

A guided tour will tell you about the sites history, its significance, what led to its creation and it impact on its communities. Important to be a cultured tourist of what to wear, hours of visitation, and other restrictions. Even without a guide, it is...More

Thank Qomomoko
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were there with a group of people on the Holy Land trip. The security line is long but it is worth it. The site is beautiful but not without its controversy. There is a warning sign on top of the entrance from the Chief...More

Thank Nelson C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of the most beautiful and important places in Jerusalem. So much history and it’s important to all faiths.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This Place really does something to your inner core. You just have to hear the call in the silence. Time to reflect about you, your life, give thanks and ask for strength to carry on. Something really powerful happens. Faith really moves mountains....

Thank Alan_m_page
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The Haram Al Sharif is really an oasis of tranquility in the bustling old city. The Dome of the Rock is absolutely stunning. It would really be worth taking a tour of the place to learn about the architecture. I went around 10am and there...More

Thank stonewithnomoss
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

From numerous places when up high in Jerusalem this Dome features. At sunset it glisten from the setting sins rays.

Thank Eddie O
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

What I found most fascinating about this place is what's underneath it all, in the subterranean tunnels. Amazing stuff to see the vestiges of Herod's temple and the Solomonic remains from the network of tunnels below the Muslim mosques.

Thank RJF1423
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you are a Muslim then you can enter at any of the gates, but you may be asked your nationality and also to profess your faith. The expectation is that you will know how to be properly dressed, particularly women, and for that is...More

Thank Fatima S
Reviewed 14 June 2018 via mobile

I am one of those types who says that he is spiritual but not overly religious, in that organized religion sort of way. However, I couldn't help but feel elated by being in these sacred series of spaces and places. It truly is a magical...More

Thank Brad S
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Response from AndieLiny | Reviewed this property |
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22 September 2017|
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Response from urbanwalker2 | Reviewed this property |
If you attempt to enter via an entrance for Moslems only, you can be challenged to show your i.d. or quote verses from the Koran or Moslem prayers. The sole entrance for non-Moslems is via the ramp located the Dung Gate... More
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Response from BRIANandRONNIE2010 | Reviewed this property |
A modest dress code is required. Women must wear a dress below the knees or pants. The arms can be exposed, so wear long sleeves or take a shawl. There's no need to wear a headscarf. Don't forget your Passport. You must... More