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Kotel Tunnel

We enter a very long, straight, narrow passage known eponymously as "The Tunnel."

Holy of Holies

This is the closest accessible point to where the Holy Ark stood.

Warren's Gate

Warren's Gate was one one of the major entrances to the Temple Mount.

Huge Stone

Meet the largest building stone ever used in world history.

Public Room

Here, close to Wilson's Arch, is the "Hall of the Hasmoneans."

Wilson's Arch

At the time of the Second Temple, a huge bridge connected the upper city of Jerusalem to the Temple Mount.

Secret Passage

The fluorescent brightness of modern life falls away as we descend inside the tunnels.

Entrance

Here we begin the Western Wall Tunnel virtual tour.

Western Wall

It was once called the "Wailing Wall," for all the generations of Jewish tears shed at this holy place of yearning.

Overview

Today, you will be travelling through those tunnels. Your virtual footsteps will trace thousands of years of history.

Welcome

At last, incredible labyrinth of tunnels, arches and passageways are revealed to us.

Vote for Lori!

Help her win $25,000 to bring women to Israel.

Aish.com's Yom Kippur Reader

Getting the most out of the holiest day of the year.

הבמבוק הסיני

סרטון מעורר השראה לכבוד השנה החדשה

The Chinese Bamboo

An uplifting Rosh Hashanah tale.

Rabbi Noah Weinberg: A Tribute

The inspiring life and teachings of Aish HaTorah's founder.

Shabbat Songs

Become an expert with these audio and text versions.

Heroes of Israel: The Chicken Lady

The remarkable Chaya Hammer, of blessed memory.

Complete list of Eulogies

List of speakers with videos and audios.

Starting Over on Rosh Hashanah

In the wake of devastating hurricanes, a message of hope.

It's Your World

Taking responsibility for the environment. A message for Tu B'shvat.

5 Ways to Misery

Effective strategies for a miserable life.

Summary of Eulogies in English - text

Summary of eulogies from funeral of HaGaon HaRav Yisrael Noach Weinberg Ztz"l

Aish.com Books

A highly recommended list of great books to feed your mind and nurture your soul.

Desserts

For a sweet new year, try these delicious desserts.

Recommended Books

They don't call us the People of the Book for nothing!

Shavuot Recipes

There is a universal Jewish tradition of eating dairy foods on Shavuot. Here are some of the most mouth-watering recipes.

Top 10 Articles of 2007

Enjoy revisiting some of these gems, and catch up on your reading in case you missed any.

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