Touching the Stones of our Heritage: The Western Wall Tunnels

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This book reveals, layer upon layer, the centrality of the Western Wall in Jewish life, culture and thought, and the significance of the heritage it embodies. Published by the Western Wall Heritage Foundation in 2002, hardcover, 160 pages, English

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For 2,000 years since the Holy Temple in Jerusalem was sacked and destroyed, the Western Wall has stood as the main symbol of Jewish yearning for Land and Temple. Today, the Wall remains an intense symbol of national pride and the profound link between the Jewish people and the city of Jerusalem. Through photographs, text and original drawings, this book takes the reader on a journey of discovery through the Western Wall and its tunnels. With much of the photography new for this volume, rarely seen glimpses of the archaeological, the cultural and the national character enrich its telling of the rich history of this ancient place.
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