A brief introduction to the Rabbinic Tunnels follows.
The Rabbinic Tunnels are also called the "Western Wall Tunnels." The main tunnel stretches north, 1115 ft. [340 m.] along the Western Wall of the Temple Mount (the Haram esh–Sharif) underneath the Muslim Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem.
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This area has been under excavation by the Israeli Ministry of Religious Affairs since the end of the Six Day War in 1967.
For additional information see — Bahat, Dan "The Western Wall Tunnels." Pp. 177–90 in Ancient Jerusalem Revealed: Reprinted and Expanded Edition, ed. by Hillel Geva. Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 1994/2000.