Kidron Valley

The Kidron Valley is the valley on the eastern side of The Old City of Jerusalem, separating the Temple Mount (Haram al-Sharif) from the Mount of Olives. It continues east through the Judean Desert, towards the Dead Sea, descending 4000 feet along its 20 mile course.

Date Landscape Notes Reference
c. Kidron Valley as seen from the old city of Jerusalem.
c. Looking across the Kidron valley towards the old city of Jerusalem, with Dome of Rock and al-Aqsa on Haram al-Sharif (Temple Mount) visible in far background.
c. Steps leading down from old city of Jerusalem into Kidron Valley, the Absalom's Pillar is on the right behind the tree, Basilica of Agony (center) and the golden domes of the Church of Mary Magdalene (top right) are also visible.
c. Tomb of Absalom in the Kidron Valley at the foot of Mount of Olives with entrance to the Cave of King Jehoshaphat (Maarat Yehoshafat) visible in the background to the left.
Latest Update: September 08, 2015