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Dating from 2nd Century BCE, the Tower of David is so named because Byzantine Christians believed the site to be the palace of King David. The current structure dates from the 1600's.

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Dating from 2nd Century BCE, the Tower of David is so named because Byzantine Christians believed the site to be the palace of King David. The current structure dates from the 1600's.

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