Where to go Guide
Situated on one of the old roads along the Jerusalem and Jordan Valley, Nabi Musa is the site where, according to tradition, Moses is buried.
The Tomb of Nabi Musa (the Prophet Moses) has been a site of annual pilgrimage since the time of Salah al-Din. The first structure was built in 1269 by the Mamluk. In 1470, it was enlarged and then renovated again in 1820 by the Turks. On the site you will see a beautiful and serene mosque with a white domed roof and glazed mihrab.