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Sign: Jerusalem - Jason’s Tomb

Alfasi St 13, Jerusalem, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל פינה בשכונה
סמל מיתוג של עיריית ירושלים
סמל "עדן" החברה לפיתוח מרכז ירושלים
סמל תעשו מקום


קבר יאסון
אלפסי 13

בתוך מערת הקבורה שהתגלתה ממש במקרה, נמצאו על הקירות ציורים של ספינות ומלחים ויש הטוענים כי יאסון היה שודד הים המפחיד ביותר באזור חופי הים התיכון. האגדה מספרת שליאסון היה אוצר גדול מאוד וכדי שלא ימצאו אותו לעולם הוא החליט שיקברו אותו במקום הכי רחוק מהים - ירושלים.

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The tomb was photographed that day Click for a larger image

The QR code points to a Google map with the place markings and a brief description of them

Next to the tomb is another sign that reads:
State of Israel
Ministry of Education and Culture
Department of Antiquities

A tomb system from the Hasmonean period

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The site also has a sign pointing to the tomb (archeological site) Click for sign's details

Additional signs as part of the "corner in the neighborhood": Click for sign's details

Translation of the text on the sign:
A corner in the neighborhood symbol
Branding symbol of the Jerusalem Municipality
"Eden" symbol of the Jerusalem Development Company
Icon Make a place


Jason’s Tomb
Alfasi 13

Inside the burial cave that was discovered quite by chance, paintings of ships and sailors were found on the walls and some claim that Jason was the scariest pirate in the Mediterranean coast. Legend has it that Liasson was a very great treasure and so that they would never find him, he decided to be buried in the farthest place from the sea - Jerusalem.

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