The Tomb of Benjamin also known as Maqam-i Bin Yamin is the traditional burial site of Benjamin according to Islam, but some Jews believe that this is the tomb of Benjamin and converted the Maqam (Muslim shrine) into a synagogue, in the other side of the bypass road there is also another Islamic shrine called "Nabi Sawarka".
|c.||The tomb complex with Turkish Sebil to the right, the tomb in the middle with blue dome and utility porches to the left.|
|c.||The Tomb of Bin Yamin son of Yaqub (biblical Jacob) As in crica 1926.|
|c.||The tomb of Sheikh Suraqah in the foreground with Mausoleum of bin Yamin (biblical Benjamin) in the background as seen in 1991 photograph by A. Peterson.|
|Latest Update: August 18, 2016|