Salvation Mountains is located in southeastern California, east of Lake Solton, just over two hours away from San Diego. Not far from the spectrum, but the climate is very different. I was going to take pictures, but as soon as I drove the door, there was a heat wave. I looked at the temperature, 43 [laughing cry]. I had a feeling of 50. Then when our feet touched the ground, we regretted it and took pictures. We were so depressed that in less than two minutes we were all sunburnt and wilted. You know, we're still here before sunset. It's conceivable that if we come at noon, we'll take a few quick pictures and withdraw immediately. We'd better come back in winter. [allow sorrow]
In the evening to see the sound and light show, the whole tower of David is very magnificent, even more amazing in the light of the night. Sound and light show can not be photographed after the beginning, the awareness of copyright is really strong. When the sound and film combined with scenes of changes in Jerusalem, they are charming on the ancient towers, which rise and fall with a very three-dimensional sense.
We went to the Tower of David in the evening, where there was a wonderful lighting show. The colorful lights on this ancient pagoda of thousands of years, deducing the story of more than two thousand years of clothes, so that you can quickly understand the history of Jerusalem, as well as his complex religious status, is really wonderful, it is worth watching.
The tower of David was King Herod's palace, and later inherited the functions of fortress, barracks and fortresses, representing the turbulent past of Jerusalem. There is also a Jerusalem History Museum in the tower, which combs the historical changes of Canaanites, Hebrews, Greeks, Crusaders, Turks, Arabs and Israelis. A bird's eye view of the old city of Jerusalem can be seen from the city.
Just next to Yafamen, it's a museum. You can also buy tickets for a night light show. When you first come to Jerusalem, you can visit the Davida Museum. It is very helpful to understand the history of the city. The exhibition halls are classified according to the order of time. The history of Jerusalem is too complicated. So a room will contain several dynasties. Unfortunately, there is no Chinese guide, so you need to read the English introduction all the time.
Yafamen, near the old city of Jerusalem, strategically protects the old city. It is constantly destroyed and built. There are archaeological sites 2,700 years ago. There is the History Museum of the Tower of David, and there is an audiovisual show at night. It's worth walking around.
It is a military Castle site seen in the Middle Ages. Now it is converted to the Jerusalem Museum of History. The chronicles are presented in the exhibition rooms in chronological order. Although the pictures are vivid, the thick history would be confusing without explanation.
We visited the cultural relics of various periods in the museum. Unfortunately, the interior was darker, and we did not get a satisfactory collection. At the same time, the open-air museum took pictures of the sun setting in the west, overlooking the charming old city from the high ground, and the Golden Temple was shining in the sunset.