Tomb of Maimonides
Tomb of Maimonides
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Monty B
Rock Hill, SC112 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2023 • Alene
A beautiful, peaceful, and holy spot in the middle of downtown. Visiting the Rambam’s grave has been a high point of this trip to Israel. It was spiritually powerful to be able to pray at his grave.
Skrevet 9. mai 2023
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SOCHISAN
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4,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2023 • Venner
A very exciting place to visit. There is no pressure to observe in a certain, other than being respectful. It’s great to connect with my tradition directly.
Skrevet 12. april 2023
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123Josh
Israel34 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
nov. 2022
My first time and I was not expecting that. We went at night during off-season, so there were only a couple of other people around and very quiet. It's a location for pilgrims so no 'tourist' activity around or anything to do. The structure is impressive. Worth a short visit to learn about one of the pillars of Jewish history.
Skrevet 19. november 2022
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DavidG897
London, UK2 915 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2022 • Venner
This is a place for recognition of the enormous importance in Jewish history of the Rambam, the Shelah and a few other giants of the past.

The setting was tasteful and informative and it was clearly moving for some of those visiting
Skrevet 4. april 2022
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judyinjerusalem
Jerusalem, Israel174 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2022
The renovated Tomb of the Rambam is a fascinating place to learn about one of the greatest Jewish philosophers. Plaques in English explain the significance of his work. Prayer books are neatly shelved and there are comfortable seats to contemplate how a medieval scholar is still relevant today. On the grounds is the Maimonides Heritage Center that's a place to watch a short English video, look at artifacts and meet some locals.
Skrevet 22. mars 2022
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4,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2020 • Par
This is the burial spot of the famous Moses Maimonides, known by the acronym Rambam. He lived and died 800 years ago. He was a world famous Jewish sage and scholar and codified and organized and explaining all the ancient Jewish religious and ritual laws. His teachings are actively learned, taught, studied and implemented more than 800 years later. In terms of importance and prominence, this Jewish scholar, teacher and leader is considered second only to the original Moses himself, the liberator of the Israelites from Egypt and the giver of the Torah law.

No less amazing to me (and maybe even more) is the several adjacent burial plots, especially of Rabbi Yohanan ben Zakkai, who is credited by tradition with single-handedly saving and ensuring the survival and continuity of the Jewish people and its religious and cultural life after the brutal destruction and decimation by the pagan Romans in the year 70- imagine that: a known grave from 1950 years ago. Next to him are buried at least two additional Talmud teachers from the subsequent era, 1500-1800 years ago.

There is also here the interment site of the scholar from a few hundred years ago, HaShlah, known in English as “The Shlaw.” He is most famous for his prayers for healthy and upstanding children. And sure enough, there were two separate women there at his grave, fervently praying for children (of course I have no photos of them).

As stated and implied in my title, this place has been renovated and restored. When I first visited in 1978, I was shocked at how run down, neglected and decrepit it was. On a subsequent visit- still a good number of years ago- I found the place in the same disgraceful condition.

I was so happy to see the nice renovation that was done probably there to five years ago... the only negative is that the ultra religious authorities placed an almost three meter high wooden barrier in the middle of the burial place, including straight down the middle of the cenotaph- a separation between men and women; on the men’s side, a synagogue was establish, which shouldn’t be done in a cemetery- and that is what this is.

Please see and enjoy my photos from four days ago when “I visited this place.”
Skrevet 2. november 2020
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Waterlaw
Jerusalem, Israel147 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
okt. 2019
This is the burial place of Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon (the Rambam-Maimonides in English), who was born in Cordoba Spain in on the Eve of Pesach 1135 and died in Egypt, at age 69, in 1204, at which time his body was removed to the then Lower Galilee village of Tveria (Tiberias) for burial. It is said that from Moshe Rabbienu (Moses of the Torah) to Moshe (Moses/Maimonides) there was no one like Moshe (Moses). That is how prolific and revered is Maimonides in Judaism. He was a member of the then vibrant Sephardic sect, who was not only one of the greatest Jewish philosophers in all of Judaism, but he was also one of the most prolific commentators of the Torah that ever lived. His influence is widely felt today, in his Mishna Torah and his Guide to the Perplexed.

Maimonides tomb is pitched on a hill that can be difficult to find if your in the lower part of Tveria. Use your GPS or ask the locales how to get there. Once there, you can park your car and walk to a central plaza that has a host of prayer books, including The Psalms (Tehilim).

The Tomb is managed by members of the Orthodox Judaism, so one needs to dress very modestly. This goes doubly for women. But, once you walk down the steps, you enter the tomb. It is a very contemplative place regardless of whether you are a shomer or shomeret mitzvot (one who follows the edicts of the Torah). Secular as well as religious people visit the site and enjoy its beautiful architecture and mood.

There are toilets and places to wash.
Skrevet 8. mars 2020
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David Ha'ivri 🇮🇱
Israel478 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2020 • Venner
Jewish traditions place Rambam's tomb in Teveria or Tiberius in English. Holy place, guests are asked to were modest dress code and head cover. Site open to the public. There are restrooms and a gift shop.
Skrevet 1. februar 2020
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Rosa Gómez Casañ
Valencia, Spania1 167 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2019
De las tumbas de los tzadik (justos)la de Maimónides es una de las más amplias que hay y su arquitectura es agradable. Aquí también está enterrado Rabbi Yohanan Benzakai en la que sí podrás depositar una piedra siguiendo la costumbre judía. Como la tumba está en manos de judíos ortodoxos el lugar está dividido en rezos para hombres y para mujeres. Y como es costumbre en muchas de ellas hay libros de rezos en hebreo.
Skrevet 19. januar 2020
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MMJ
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5,0 av 5 bobler
nov. 2019 • Venner
Quelle judaïsant ne connaît pas le grand rabbin Maïmonide ? En tout cas c’est un beau lieu de pèlerinage
Skrevet 15. november 2019
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