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  • Temple Mount - Wikipedia

    The Temple Mount forms the northern portion of a very narrow spur of hill that slopes sharply downward from north to south. Rising above the Kidron Valley to the east ...

  • The Temple Mount in Jerusalem

    Aerial photo of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem showing the Proposed Northern, Central and Southern Sites for the First and Second Temples.

  • What is the meaning and significance of the Temple Mount?

    What is the meaning and significance of the Temple Mount? What events have occurred at the Temple Mount throughout history?

  • Temple Mount - Jerusalem - Sacred Destinations

    The Temple Mount (Hebrew: Har haBáyit) or Noble Sanctuary (Arabic: Haram esh-Sharif) is a elevated plateau in the Old City of Jerusalem rich with history and ...

  • The Temple Mount - Jewish Virtual Library

    The Temple Mount is the trapezoid-shaped, walled-in area in the southeastern corner of the Old City of Jerusalem. The four walls surrounding it date back – at least ...

  • The Temple Institute: The Temple Mount: Mount Moriah

    The Temple Institute is dedicated to teaching the significance of the Holy Temple to the spiritual well being of all nations, and creating vessels and garments ready ...

  • What is Beneath the Temple Mount? | History | Smithsonian

    What is Beneath the Temple Mount? As Israeli archaeologists recover artifacts from the religious site, ancient history inflames modern-day political tensions

  • Western Wall - Wikipedia

    According to the Hebrew Bible, Solomon's Temple was built atop what is known as the Temple Mount in the 10th century BCE and destroyed by the Babylonians ...

  • The Temple Mount and UNESCO - Gatestone Institute

    The attempts to deny any ancient and ongoing Jewish presence in Jerusalem, to say there was never a first let alone a second Temple and that only Muslims have any ...

  • Temple Mount ( –

    Often visitors wonder why the Temple Mount is not the highest point in the city when the Bible seems to describe it as such. The answer is that the city today ...

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