One of the most fascinating places to visit in Israel is the City of David…the original Jerusalem. Lying just down the hill to the south of Temple Mount, the secrets of King David’s city and palace have been uncovered since the initial discovery of the Pool of Siloam (part of the City of David) in the fall of 2004.
While Israel was closed to almost all visitors during the pandemic, archaeologists worked steadily to unearth ancient treasures buried in the City of David. Each discovery reveals more about the history of the royal city. The latest discovery has to do with the wine cellar and evidence of royalty characterized by Israel’s most well-loved king.
Here’s a look at that discovery: