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Cave of the Patriarchs: Tours & Tickets

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Old Hebron | Beit Haddasa, Hebron 90100, Palestinian Territories
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This site is an intergral part of he Jewish heritage, where Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and their wives, Sarah, Rebecca and Leah are buried, and is a must see. The overall view of the cave site as you walk up the stairs is inspiring. Once inside the "cave" there are separate rooms
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The imposing building is divided into Muslim and Jewish sections. The Muslim section, a mosque, is much more interesting. Just from a tourist point of view, you can skip the Jewish side (part synagogue, part study areas). If you are with a local guide, he or she will not be able
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We visited this site as part of a tour (Hebron Dual Narrative Tour with Abraham Tours in Jerusalem). Without knowing it, the day we visited fell in a significant time for Jews - the days leading up to Yom Kippur. This meant that the Cave of the Patriarchs was closed to Muslims
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Very interesting. In this part of the world, it is very complicated in modern day and then add these incredible caves to it and it makes it even more wow!
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known to Jews as the Cave of Machpelah The Arabic name of the complex reflects the prominence given to Abraham in Islam. Outside biblical and Quranic sources there are a number of legends and traditions associated with the cave.
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