Alabama Woman, 101, Visits Jerusalem Holy Sites Virtually

Jerusalem, with Dome of the Rock in foreground


You don’t have to worry about any pandemic travel restrictions when you use cutting-edge VR technology to tour Jerusalem and many holy sites, reports Israel21c:

Romay Davis from Montgomery, Alabama, has always loved to travel. And at the grand age of 101 she can now tick off another place from her destination bucket list, having recently visited Jerusalem’s holiest sites using cutting-edge virtual reality technology.

For a little under an hour, Davis was transported to the sights and sounds of the Old City of Jerusalem, courtesy of The Holy City Immersive Experience created by the Tower of David Innovation Lab that allows users to wander through the area’s holiest sites.

Tags: Tourism

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