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A reviewer wrote "Nothing to Do". How silly. This historic site is about "seeing" and experiencing. Here you will see the tomb where the Sanhedrin were buried. Bones, of course, would have been removed and placed in Ossuaries, and any bones left after 70 AD...More
There's actually nothing there. The British emptied out the bones during their time here. That's why you won't find anyone praying there, as opposed to any other holy graves in Israel (Rachel's Tomb, Hebron, Meron etc.), or any structure or upkeep (from the goverment). There's...More