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Our Sites

Tomb of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs

This site is the resting place of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs of the Biblical founding fathers and mothers and considered the second-holiest place in Judaism.

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Tomb of Jesse and Ruth

This site marks the tombs of the Biblical Jesse, father of King David, and Ruth, great-grandmother of King David.

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Beit Menachem and Admot Yishai Neighborhood

The Admot Yishai (Jesse’s Lands) neighborhood was established in 1984 near the Tomb of Jesse and Ruth.

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Beit Hadassa & Hebron’s Visitor Center

The Hebron Visitors Center is located on the ground floor of the Hadassa Building in the heart of Hebron. The building was established in 1893 by the Jewish community...

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Beit Romano and Yeshivat Shavei Hevron

This building was constructed in 1876 by the wealthy Turkish merchant Haim Yisrael Romano as a grand residence and spiritual center.

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Abraham’s Spring

Abraham’s Spring runs onto the eastern slope of Tel Hebron, and is one of the main reasons the ancient city was established here.

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Avraham Avinu Synagogue

The neighborhood which houses the old Jewish quarter of Hebron was established roughly 1,000 years ago.

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Ancient Hebron Tel – The site of the biblical city of Hebron

Tel Hebron, or Hebron mount, is where the Biblical Hebron existed during the period of the forefathers and mothers, known as the Bronze...

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Beit Hamachpela

The building, adjacent to the Tomb of the Patriarchs parking lot, was bought from the owners by the Harhivi Makom Ohalech organization.

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The Ancient Cemetery Of Hebron

Over the generations, many saintly Jewish personalities and kabbalists (mystics), noted for the famous books that they wrote, lived and were buried in Hebron.

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Beit Rachel and Beit Leah

Today a residential complex, the old stone structure dates back several hundred years. The property was purchased in the early 2010’s by the...

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Gutnick Center

What started as a small kiosk in 1968, now houses an event’s hall, restaurant, souvenir shop and book-store. The complex also has public restrooms and a men’s mikvah (ritual bath).

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Chabad plot – Zion of Rebbetzin Menucha Rachel Slonim

The other section of the cemetery is the Chabad section, used by the Lubavicher hasidic community who established a presence in Heb...

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4500 BC

The Early Canaanite and Middle Ages

1780 B.C

Biblical period: The first Hebrew city

1735 B.C

The patriarchal period

1250 B.C

Period of settlement and judges

1007 B.C

The monarchy and the First Temple

445 B.C

Second Temple period

132 A.C

The Byzantine Roman Period - The Mishnah and Talmudic Period

638 A.C

The period of the Arab and Crusader occupation

1260 A.C

Period of Muslim-Mamluk occupation

1517 A.C

Period of Turkish occupation

1918 A.C

British and Jordanian occupation

1967 A.C

The liberation of Hebron and the renewal of the settlement

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Calendar of Events

Feb 2021

ראשון שני שלישי רביעי חמישי שישי שבת
Tel Hebron is open for visitors
Tel Hebron is open for visitors

Start Date: 2021-02-11
End Date: 2021-02-12


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