An Israel Antiquities Authority dug tunnel in Jerusalem. (Yossi Zamir/Flash90) An Israel Antiquities Authority dug tunnel in Jerusalem. (Yossi Zamir/Flash90)

Take a sneak peek at a soon-to-be opened Biblical era thoroughfare that still bears the ashes from the destruction of the Holy Temple.

Imagine striding up the same stone path that millions of people walked on to arrive at the Holy Temple in Jerusalem during Biblical times, which is known as the “Pilgrimage Road.”

That fantasy is about to be reality as Israel prepares to open to the public an excavation project that has taken nearly a decade to complete. This new archaeological attraction will permit visitors to literally witness the ashes of the Jewish people’s Holy Temple, which was burned to the ground by Roman invaders.

In this clip, you’ll get an early glance at this amazing discovery!






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