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A view of the old city towards Mount Scopus from the Phazael Tower at the Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem. Photo by Naftali Hilger
 
 
The view from the top of Phazael Tower at the Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem. Photo by Kobby Gideon
 
 
View from the top of Phazael Tower at the Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem
 
 
A group at the top of Phazael Tower at the Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem
 

Panorama

 
From the heights of the towers of the Citadel one has a breathtaking 360 degree view of Jerusalem: the Old City and the New City, the Four Quarters, the new neighborhoods, the Mount of Olives, Mount Scopus, the Judean Desert and the Dead Sea in the distance.
 
The panoramic view is the only one of its kind in Jerusalem and literally allows the viewer to hold the city in the palm of one’s hand.
 
Every visit to Jerusalem begins at the Tower of David Museum and every tour of the Tower of David begins with the panoramic view from the Citadel towers.


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