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Zekediah's Cave (Solomon's Quarry)

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Entrance to Zedekiah's Cave beneath the Old City's walls accessible from East Jerusalem between Damascus Gate and Herod's Gate
Entrance to Zedekiah's Cave beneath the Old City's walls accessible from East Jerusalem between Damascus Gate and Herod's Gate
Welcome to Zedekiah's Cave, East Jerusalem Development Ltd Tourism Site
Welcome to Zedekiah's Cave, East Jerusalem Development Ltd Tourism Site
Zedekiah's Cave, also known as Solomon's Quarries
Zedekiah's Cave, also known as Solomon's Quarries
History of Zekediah's Cave
History of Zekediah's Cave
Zekediah's Cave started off as a small natural cave that was used as an underground stone quarry for thousands of years
Zekediah's Cave started off as a small natural cave that was used as an underground stone quarry for thousands of years
The 300 foot long entrance chamber, Zekediah's Cave
The 300 foot long entrance chamber, Zekediah's Cave
Zekediah's Cave covers 5 acres (20,000 sq m) beneath the Muslim Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem
Zekediah's Cave covers 5 acres (20,000 sq m) beneath the Muslim Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem
Side gallery of Zekediah's Cave
Side gallery of Zekediah's Cave
Zekediah's Cave was rediscovered in 1854
Zekediah's Cave was rediscovered in 1854
From the entrance to the end of the cave is about 650 feet
From the entrance to the end of the cave is about 650 feet
The Freemasons Hall used for secret ceremonies since the 19th C.
"The Freemasons Hall" used for secret ceremonies since the 19th C.
The Freemasons Hall information
"The Freemasons Hall" information
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