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Jewish tombs in Jerusalem

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Absalom s Pillar (Cape of Pharaoh Tomb), or Yad Avshalom, and Jewish cemetery in Kidron Valley, view from Derekh Ha Ofel road. Jerusalem, the Middle East, December 13, 2002.
Jewish tombs on slopes of Mount of Olives. Jerusalem, the Middle East, January 11, 2002
Tomb grottoes in the village of Siloah (Silwan) built over the Jewish necropolis viewed from the opposite side of Kidron Valley. Jerusalem, the Middle East, July 12, 2001
Ancient Jewish tombs in Kidron Valley, view from Derekh Ha Ofel sidewalk. Jerusalem, the Middle East, November 22, 2001
Ancient Jewish tombs in Kidron Valley and cemetery on slope of Mount of Olives, view from Derekh Ha Ofel road. Jerusalem, the Middle East, December 13, 2002.
Absalom s Pillar (Cape of Pharaoh Tomb) and Jewish cemetery on slope of Mount of Olives from Derekh Ha Ofel Road. Jerusalem, the Middle East, October 31, 2002
The village of Siloah (Silwan) built over the Jewish necropolis, with a series of entrances to tombs in the lower part of the cliff viewed from the opposite side of Kidron Valley. Jerusalem, the Middle East, July 12, 2001
Absalom s Pillar (Cape of Pharaoh Tomb) and Jewish cemetery in Kidron Valley from Derekh Ha Ofel Road. Jerusalem, the Middle East, October 31, 2002
Jewish tombs on slopes of Mount of Olives. Jerusalem, the Middle East, January 11, 2002

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