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Ammunition Hill

Also known as Givat Hatachmoshet,is a national memorial and museum commemorating the liberation and reunification of Jerusalem in 1967 during the Six Day War. The fortification and trenches are preserved just as they were in the war and the underground museum is dedicated to the memory of the soldiers who fell in battle there. It was the capture of this hill that made it possible for the Israeli soldiers to forge ahead and liberate Old City. Today Ammunition Hill houses the main Jerusalem induction center for new IDF recruits. It includes an educational center with lecture rooms, and a convention hall. Since becoming a national heritage site in 1974, the official memorial ceremony commemorating the unification of Jerusalem is conducted annually at Ammunition Hill on Jerusalem Day.

Ma'alot Dafna
5 Shragai Street
Phone: 02-5828442
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