Kidron Valley (Jerusalem) (16 Subjects)
The valley of Josaphat. The tombs of Absalom and Prophet Isaiah. The site of Siloam.
The tomb of Zechariah. The tomb of Absalom. The cave of Jeremiah. The structure called prison of Jeremiah, according to tradition.
The monument called Tomb of Zechariah in Kidron Valley, Jerusalem.
Tomb of the Virgin Mary or Church of the Sepulchre of Saint Mary, in Kidron Valley, Jerusalem.
Absalom's monument and Zechariah's tomb in Kidron valley, Jerusalem.
View of Kidron valley with the monument of Absalom.
Map of Caesarea Maritima. (B) Mount Tabor. (Ι) The funerary monuments known as "Tombs of the Kings" in Jerusalem. Tomb of Josaphat in Kidron Valley in Jerusalem.
View and plan of the Tomb of Absalom in Kidron Valley (Jerusalem).
View and plan of the Tomb of Zechariah in Kidron Valley (Jerusalem).
View of the eastern part of Kidron valley or valley of Josaphat on the outskirts of Jerusalem, with the monumental funerary monuments called tombs of Absalom and Josaphata, Zechariah and Benei Hezir.
Kidron Valley in Jerusalem. The monuments called Absalom's tomb (A) and Zechariah's tomb (C) together with other funerary monuments.
36. Panoramic view of Jerusalem. 37. The tombs of Josaphat, Absalon and Zechariah at Kidron Valley, Jerusalem. 38. Remains of monumental building on the Mount of Olives where, according to tradition, Jesus prayed before his arrest. View of the Tombs of the Kings outside Jerusalem. The tomb of Absalom at Kidron Valley. The castle of Yaffa.
Jerusalem seen from the valley of Josaphat.
Landscape at Kidron Valley, Jerusalem. In the background, Absalom's tomb.
View of Jerusalem from the valley of Josaphat (kidron valley). In the foreground, the mosque of Dome of the Rock.
Kidron Valley, Jerusalem. The funerary monuments known as the tombs of Absalom (left) and Zechariah (right) and others.