The recently opened ancient sewage system under the City of David enables a new tour in Jerusalem, mostly underground!
We start with a panoramic view of the City of David and the Arab village of Silwan, and then join a 3D presentation film about the City of David in Biblical times. We then explore the new finds that may relate to the remains of the Palace of David, and proceed to the underground water system of Canaanite and Israelite times. Descending Warren’s shaft, we reach the Gihon spring and walk along the Canaanite “dry” tunnel, or through the “wet” Hezekiah’s Tunnel.
In their southern end we will visit the Pool of Siloam, and then walk up the 1st century sewage system all the way to the Western wall and the Southern Wall Archaeological Park, where will appreciate the excavations and Davidson Center.
See here some videos of me presenting some of the sites, as published in “Jerusalem Post”:
1. The Palace of King David.
3. The Pool of Siloam.
And here is a video of me presenting the Southern Wall Archaeological Park: