Ariel Center for Jerusalem in the First Temple Period
During the First Temple Period, Jerusalem was a thriving metropolis that served as the spiritual and cultural center of the Judean Kingdom. The First Temple, built by King Solomon, on the Temple Mount welcomed thousands of Israelite pilgrims every year and hosted even more religious rituals.
Ariel The Center for Jerusalem in the First Temple Period presents a multimedia presentation incorporating archaeological replicas and miniature models that bring to life this exciting period in Jerusalem’s history; from the Kings to the Assyrian siege on the city and its dynamic end.
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