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Jerusalem: Builders of the Holy City

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Jerusalem, in the heart of the Middle East, is the birthplace of the great monotheistic religions. Fought over and coveted, destroyed several times, and rebuilt throughout the centuries with the passing of different civilizations, it is now a tangle of districts and buildings that bore witness to its history.

In order for the city to survive throughout the ages, its various architects have shown ingenuity and leveraged the pre-existing foundations to build ever more majestic monuments. From the ancient Roman quarters of Christ's time, to the underground quarries where stones were hewn for the Western Wall, to Hezekiah's Tunnel, an irrigation system carved out in 701 BC, discover the construction and history of the eternal city that has witnessed most of time.

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