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In the book of Ezekiel, the Prophecy of New Jerusalem (or City (where) God (is) there "עיר ה' שמה",[1] also titled Heavenly Jerusalem, in the Book of Revelation as well as Zion in other books of the Bible) is Ezekiel's prophetic vision of a city to be established to the south[2] of the Temple Mount that will be inhabited by the twelve tribes of Israel[3] in the Messianic era.[citation needed] The prophecy is recorded by Ezekiel as taking place on Yom Kippur of the year 3372 of the Hebrew calender.[4]



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