Built by the Belz Hasidic community, the Beis HaMedrash HaGadol is the largest synagogue in Jerusalem. The extravagantly ... More
Built by the Belz Hasidic community, the Beis HaMedrash HaGadol is the largest synagogue in Jerusalem. The extravagantly designed hall seats 6,000 people. It is highlighted by the 12 meter tall Brazilian walnut ark housing 100 torah scrolls. Equally impressive are the massive chandeliers laced with 100,000 pieces of Czechoslovakian crystal.
The man in charge the most awesome and the centre point of my life and the life of many tens of thousands besides for me try go there to be amazed like never before and much more best by pentecost and incoprate the tabernacle world's biggest
ASTOUNDING! I have never had my breath literally taken away by a building before.
It is magnificent, inspirational and serene at the same time. It gives a true glimpse of what the Temple was like. Truly awesome.
This small office is a hive of activity, located a few footsteps inside the Old City by the Jaffa Gate
entrance. Its services include a bureau de change (no commission charged) and a travel agency which can arrange both ...
High on the hills of East Talpiot, this promenade, the "Tayelet" offers a fantastic view of the entire Jerusalem landscape
including the sparkling Old City and surrounding walls. This spacious park has many walking trails that traverse the area ...
Nestled on the peaceful streets of Old Katamon, this synagogue offers a unique prayer experience. On Friday evenings a traditional
Orthodox service fuses with modern melodies created by the 'Rabbi of Love,' Shlomo Carlebach. Worshippers sing each prayer with ...