The Kishle and King Herod’s Palace 360 Virtual Tour

Oded Antman. Kishle now opened to general public.smaller

Explore the Kishle Building and King Herod’s Palace with two different 360 degree virtual tours!

Enter the Kishle building, the British Mandate period prison, and find out more about the treasure trove of archaeology that was discovered when the archeologists of the Israel Antiquities Authority when they began to excavate under the floor boards! Here you can see not only the foundations to King Herod’s Palace, but a timeline of Jerusalem’s history through the stones that built the city from the time of the Kings of Judea in 8th century BCE up until the etchings carved on the walls of the prison by Jewish resistance fighters before the State of Israel in 1947.  Press here for more information about the Kishle Excavations.

More about The Jerusalem Foundation:

The Jerusalem Foundation creates opportunities for: Economic Growth, Education, Vulnerable Populations, Dialogue and Shared Living, Arts and Culture, Heritage Preservation.

The Foundation’s projects impact and influence the development of the city and enhance Jerusalem’s contribution to the world.  The Foundation identifies and responds to the needs of the city while advancing values of Tikun Olam (repairing the world).  We share Jerusalem with partners and friends from around the world and inspire new generations to love the eternal city.

The Tower of David Museum is grateful for the ongoing support of The Jerusalem Foundation.

More about Virtually Israel:

Through cutting-edge technology, Virtually Israel aspires to bring Israel to life for anyone who wants to explore Israel without flying across the globe. Virtually Israel is a one-of-a-kind Virtual Reality experience showcasing Israel’s most beautiful sites and attractions. Virtually Israel is supported by the MERONA Campus Leadership Foundation, The Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation and Brotec.

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