Information and Review of the Cave Of Machpelah – Tomb Of The Patriarchs
The Cave of Machpelah in Hebron marks the burial ground purchased by Abraham where all the patriarchs and matriarchs, except Rachel (who died near Bethlehem) are interred. Walls built by Herod the Great 2,000 years ago surround it.
The interior combines medieval architecture and Arabesque decor and houses synagogues founded after the reestablishment of the Jewish community here in 1967. In one corner of the hall of Isaac and Rebecca a cupola stands over a small opening into the actual Cave of Machpelah.
FAQ for Cave Of Machpelah – Tomb Of The Patriarchs (Holy Places in Israel):
Wheelchair accessible? No,
Is there a parking? Yes,
Is it sutable for children? No.
Attraction Type: Holy Places, Region: Jerusalem Area, Address: Hebron (Find more Holy Places in Israel: Jerusalem Area)
Cave Of Machpelah – Tomb Of The Patriarchs Opening hours:
Sunday: 04:00-21:00, Monday: 04:00-21:00, Tuesday: 04:00-21:00, Wednesday: 04:00-21:00, Thursday: 04:00-21:00, Friday: 04:00-21:00, Saturday: 04:00-21:00