Corner Hativat Yerushalayim and Hebron Road, Jerusalem
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This Herodian Reservoir gets its name from Suleiman the Magnificent, who restored the site in the 16th century. Lying between ... More
This Herodian Reservoir gets its name from Suleiman the Magnificent, who restored the site in the 16th century. Lying between the Old City walls and Yemin Moshe , it is a stunning venue for outdoor concerts which take place in the Merill Hassenfeld Amphitheatre. International pop stars often use this location for the Jerusalem leg of their tour. The floodlit walls of the Old City and Tower of David at night make for a magical concert backdrop.
This public theater funds Israeli plays in Hebrew and in English. You are guaranteed a consistent choice of interesting performances.
Anything goes here, from Israeli comedies and children's Saturday shows, to contemporary dances and alternative performances depicting the realization ...
This dance centre has 15 years of semi professional/professional Israeli folk dancing experience. The company includes three folk, two children's
and two jazz groups. The dances, all done in beautiful costumes, mix past and present Israeli culture and folklore. ...
One of the most popular hangouts for trendy locals, here you will find one of the largest selection of liqueurs
in Israel. Behind the neon lit bar is a gleaming row of every bottle imaginable from Chivas Regal whisky ...
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