Protestant Cemetery

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Protestant Cemetery is located in Jerusalem, Israel. A great place to visit, you can check out the other popular places of the city on the best things to do page in Jerusalem section.

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Things to Know Before Visiting Protestant Cemetery

  • 5.7% of people who visit Jerusalem include Protestant Cemetery in their plan

  • 62.5% of people start their Protestant Cemetery visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Protestant Cemetery

Monday, Friday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Protestant Cemetery

People normally club together Jerusalem Baptist Church and Zion Gate while planning their visit to Protestant Cemetery.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Protestant Cemetery, Jerusalem Reviews

  • The Protestant Cemetery on Mount Zion can only be accessed via the front gate of Jerusalem University College. They hold the key to the back iron gate fence. To access the cemetery, ring the bell and request access. The Protestant Cemetery has a wide range of people buried here from British soldier from the Mandate, as well as, victims of the King David Hotel bombing of 1946. A few of the more notable people are: Sir Flinders Petrie an famous Egyptologist, Horatio Spafford. one of the founders of the American Colony and the writer of the world famous hymn, "It is well with my soul", and James Starkey an archeologist who excavated Lachish in the 1930s.

  • A nice stop on my way to or from Gehenna. Always pay tribute to the lord of the valley, Moloch, when I’m in this area.

  • Some interesting people are buried here, like Flinders Pietri and so on.

  • Everyone who commented about seeing Oskar Schindler's grave: You were not in the Protestant Cemetery. You were in the Catholic cemetery. Oskar Schindler was Catholic.

  • Definetly worthwile to seethe grave of Oscar Schindler, but the gates to the cemetery are closed at random times so don't count on it always being open

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