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western wall tunnels with erickThe Western Wall Tunnels are a series of underground tunnels located in the Old City of Jerusalem. The tunnels run along the length of the Western Wall, which is the only remaining part of the Second Temple that was destroyed by the Romans in 70 CE. The tunnels were discovered in the mid-19th century and have since been excavated and opened to the public as a major tourist attraction.

The Western Wall Tunnels provide a fascinating glimpse into the ancient history of Jerusalem and the Jewish people. The tunnels include various chambers, passageways, and other structures that date back to the time of the Second Temple, including the Warren’s Gate, which is believed to have been one of the entrances to the Temple Mount during the Second Temple period.

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