Today, you will be travelling through those tunnels. Your virtual footsteps will trace thousands of years of history.
At last, incredible labyrinth of tunnels, arches and passageways are revealed to us.
It was once called the "Wailing Wall," for all the generations of Jewish tears shed at this holy place of yearning.
The fluorescent brightness of modern life falls away as we descend inside the tunnels.
At the time of the Second Temple, a huge bridge connected the upper city of Jerusalem to the Temple Mount.
We enter a very long, straight, narrow passage known eponymously as "The Tunnel."
At the end of the Hasmonean aqueduct is a large pool called the Struthion Pool.