Western Wall Tunnel

The Western Wall Tunnel is an underground tunnel exposing the full length of the Western Wall. The tunnel is adjacent to the Western Wall and is located under buildings of the Old City of Jerusalem.

circa 100 BCE

The modern day entrance to the Western Wall Tunnel from the Western Wall Plaza.

circa 100 BCE

The Western Stone, biggest herodian ashlar stone of the wall is located north of Wilson's Arch. With an estimated weight of 517 tonnes (570 short tons), it is one of the largest building blocks in the world. To the south is the small Holy of Hollies room.

circa 100 BCE

The Memluk Hall from fourteenth century, turned in to a Jewish Education Center.

circa 100 BCE

Roman Theatre, eight meters below the Wilson's Arch, the structure may have served as an odeon or a bouleuterion (a city council), or even perhaps both. It is a small stage with seating for about 200 individuals, complete with an orchestral section. Never finished, it was probably built during the Bar Kokhba Revolt (c. 130-5 CE).

circa 100 BCE

The Hall of Ages, it is about 7 meters in length and 4 to 5 in width, and is more than three thousand years old.

circa 100 BCE

Dubbed as "Sanhadrin Mikveh" due to its construct and proximity to the first century administrative center of the city, this was one of the largest mikvah ever discovered. It has 11 steps and was used by the multitude of Jews entering the Temple Mount near Wilson’s Arch or Warren’s Gate.

circa 100 BCE

Holy of Holies

circa 100 BCE

A relatively big cross shaped hall close to the Roman theatre recently converted in to a Synagogue.

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