The “Pool of Siloam” (Hebrew: Pool of Siloach), is a rock-cut pool located at the southern end of the City of David .
It was filled in antiquity by Hezekiah’s Tunnel (Known also as the “Siloam Tunnel”).
In the first century CE it was used as a large public ritual bath, and according to the New Testament Jesus performed a miracle at the site (John 9:7).
|Pool of Siloam on Wikipedia|
|Pool of Siloam on Google Maps|
|The Pool of Siloam on my “Archaeology of the New Testament” Article Series|
Points of Interest in the Area
|Herodian Drainage Channel|
Video Presentation of the Pool of Siloam
A 360 Degrees photo at the Pool of Siloam