This is the second Israeli Bullion coin issued so far in the “Jerusalem of Gold" Bullion Series.
Obverse: The Western Wall, the sole remnant of the Second Holy Temple in Jerusalem which was destroyed in 70 CE by the Romans. The location is close to where the Holy of Holies of the Temple stood. People pray at the Wall 24 hours a day and leave pieces of paper with their prayers within its crevices. Some 8 million people from all over the world visit the Western Wall each year, including kings and presidents.
Reverse: the Lion of Megiddo, with its stylized curved tail, is taken from an ancient seal excavated in Megiddo (Armageddon) in the Jordan Valley, dating from the 8th Century BCE. Above the figure of the lion appears the State of Israel Emblem and below it the word 'Israel' in English, Hebrew and Arabic.
Mintage of 3600 pieces only.
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