>> Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Sharing you all my short visits to "The Tower of King David" last Sunday. It was another treasure written on my mind and in my heart touching , reading and going around the 2000 years old citadel era of Jerusalem's history. Please visit the Museum for more history written there.

This is the first image of David's city way back **10th century BCE** prior to the building of the Temple of Mount Moriah.The area was called as Keryat Ye'arim and now it is Jerusalem , named after King David conquered and ruled the city.
The perspective and infrastructure view of the whole tower that made of pre-cast steel during the Roman period or the latest generation developed to show how it looks like before the history was made.
This is the signage in front of the tower just beside the busiest old city of Jerusalem going down to the Wishing Wall.
Waited for thirty minutes to open the gate, we arrived earlier that the scheduled time of opening will be ten in the morning. We never knew that their time schedule, we just saw on the board written when we are already there.
I'm outside the tower, see the flags above? and how high the walls?that is the highest point I've ever walked and climb the stairs to have full sight seeing around Jerusalem.Not straightly up there, we sit down few minutes in the audio room then went to room by room where images was displayed.
This is in one room, I need to eat some more butter to add few centimeters to touch that sign above.
This is the image of the Temple Mount courts during the Herrodian period.If you not seen the place maybe your first thought was just around the corner basing all the stories. To tell you frankly in one whole day is not enough knowing what it really means and their origins. Naduduling na ako, nuh!
See how it looks before and now is so different. I'm so confused reading all the history where it begins. If I started reading at the age of seven years old maybe this time I can tell completely what this site is all about.
Here is the inside parts of the tower where all their activities held.Did you see around the high walls and rooms of no windows at all. So dark inside and the pathways are narrow.I can imagine now like the stadium but built before as wall with an open space in mid area.
This is after we got inside the gate hurrying who first sit down the concrete bench, We all looks like happy but so tired of waiting outside with this summer heat that almost burn my eye brows.

At last I am the first one to reach the exit gate. Should go by groups or else you will get lost like one of our companion. She waited in the middle but most of us waited downstairs.It has different locations of mini exits and stairs. When the guards saw us directing the main exit they have to checked the whole area because during the entry they count us and they found one of our companion left in the middle of the tower.We just stayed for two hours or less maybe which I cannot finish reading and checking it for the whole day , I think. So ..tired!


Chuchie Lopez-Wilks July 21, 2009 at 8:29 AM  

wow, there was a great difference between the past and now...turning that deserted land into a now progressive place...

shydub July 21, 2009 at 10:04 AM  

Ahhhmazing!!! vhing, ang ganda nman ng mga kuha ninyo at view diyan, kung ako nandiyan im sure ma busy ako kakaexplore than knowing the history of the place. Im glad you guys had a great time going somewhere kahit busy minsan sa work. Thanks for sharing the pics vhing they are all fabulous, parang posing mo lahat ata yan ahhh hehehehe.

Btw, I have question, ano na nangyari sa ppp at ss mo, I got the same response when submitted my domain blog, mga jologs ata tong ss at pp, kasi approved sa ss isang blog ko, dis approved sa ppp, then I submitted the other one dis approved sa ss and havent heard any response yet from ppp. Ano na nga pala nangyari sa blog mo sa ss at ppp?

Have a nice tuesday and week vhing. regards sa boss mo at mga friendzzzz.

Dhemz July 21, 2009 at 2:21 PM  

oh my golly! ang ganda..wala akong masabi....very nice place to go....thanks for the tour tVhing....w/o you dko makita ang beauty ng Israel....:)

Clarissa July 21, 2009 at 2:36 PM  

Thanks for taking me for a free trip there at Jerusalem---such an interesting place to visit!!^_^

katherine July 21, 2009 at 5:57 PM  

ang swerte mo naman vhing. nakarating ka dyan. ang gaganda ng mga shots..thanks for sharing. kailang kaya ako makarating jan hehehe

Anonymous July 22, 2009 at 12:10 AM  

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