Yerushalyim’s Kever Malachim Set To Open To The Public After Nearly A Decade

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The Kever Malachim, a 2,000-year-old archaeological gem in the heart of Yerushalayim owned by France, is set to reopen to the public for the first time since 2010, the French consulate said Wednesday.

The elaborate Roman-era tomb with stone shelves that once held sarcophagi, considered among the largest in the region, will be opened on Thursday, and the following Tuesday and Thursday mornings, the consulate’s website said.

Visits will be limited to 15 people in 45-minute stretches, the ticket order page said, noting the need for “proper dress” at the Kever Malachim, which underwent over a million dollars in renovations in the past ten years.

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{Matzav.com}

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