Must-See Jerusalem: A Virtual Tour of Top Ten Highlights

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Rutgers University

Gary A. Rendsburg serves as the Blanche and Irving Laurie Professor of Jewish History at Rutgers University.  His teaching and research focus on the Bible, ancient Israel, ancient Egypt, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Hebrew manuscript tradition, and Jewish life in the Middle Ages.  Rendsburg has visited all of the major archaeological sites of Israel, Egypt and Jordan, excavated at Tel Dor and Caesarea, and conducted extensive research on medieval Hebrew manuscripts at the Bodleian Library in Oxford, the Cambridge University Library, and the Vatican Library in Rome. Professor Rendsburg is the author of seven books, including his most recent: How the Bible Is Written.



Our Must-See Jerusalem presentation will immerse you in the very best of this historic, fascinating, and spellbinding city. Our enlightening tour takes you to the most famous and important sites, with a special focus on the Old City (including the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Dome of the Rock and more), though with attention to Jerusalem as the capital of the modern state of Israel, as well. Our itinerary is specially curated, weaving together the city’s best-known sites. It’s a fantastic introduction for virtual travelers with limited time, yet unlimited curiosity.




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ROBERT Margolis

Wonderful presentation. Incredibly informative and interesting. Thank you!

Wonderful presentation. Informative and incredibly interesting. Thank you.

1 year ago
Barbara Backes

I want to visit

I want to jump on a plane and visit. Professor Rendsburg pictures and commentary was so interesting and informative, providing both historical and modern perspectives. Fantastic.

1 year ago
Lyn Rosen


Wow. This was absolutely excellently done and absolutely fascinating. I would give it more stars than 5 if it were possible! Now we REALLY need to go back to Jerusalem to see what we missed and to see it with even more understanding than before. Thank you!!!

6 months ago
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