Israel’s Third Most Visited Site

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After the Kosel and Rabi Shimon Bar Yochai’s kever in Meron, the third most visited site in Israel is the kever of Rabi Yonasan Ben Uziel in Amukah, which draws 800,000 visitors a year.

Davening at the kever is known as a segulah for finding one’s basherte.

The government plans to invest thirteen million shekels to improve the compound’s infrastructure, enlarge the parking lot and improve its approach roads. Funding is to come from the National Center for the Development of Holy Places, the Ministry for the Development of the Periphery, Negev and Galilee, the Tourism Ministry and the Ministry of Religious Affairs.

{Matzav.com Israel News}

4 COMMENTS

    • …or Me’aras hamachpeilah
      or kever David
      or kever Rambam
      or Tzfas
      the list goes on.

      I find it hard to believe that Amuka is number three. Unless this article is a secret “communicated content”.

  1. #3, ?, clueless!
    Yidden aren’t mushrooms! They come from generations of tradition!
    The maskilim were always busy asking for proof!

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