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    Har Hazikaron

    Yad Vashem was established by the Israeli Parliament in 1953 as a memorial for almost six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust. Among several divisions of Yad Vashem ...

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    Daniel Yanofsky Street

    High on the hills of East Talpiot, this promenade offers a fantastic view of the entire Jerusalem landscape including the sparkling Old City and surrounding walls ...

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    Temple Mount (Haram al-Sharif)

    The golden domed structure encasing the Sacred Rock has special significance, in that it is the place where Abraham was about to sacrifice his son and from where the Muslim prophet Mohammed ...

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    Suq Khan e-Zeit

    This is one of the most important Christian shrines in the Holy Land, and is held by the Greek Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Armenian Orthodox, Coptic, Ethiopian and Jacobite Churches. The ...

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    Western Wall Plaza

    Guided tours of the Western Wall tunnel must be booked in advance. What is now far underground was once open to the sky. You will see "Wilson's Arch" - part of the support for a bridge ...

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    Mount of Olives Road

    This panorama is best viewed in the morning, as later in the day the sun is in the wrong direction. From the Seven Arches Hotel (a popular snapshot stop-off for coach parties) the ...

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    18 Hillel Street

    Conveniently located just minutes from Ben Yehuda Street, this pub attracts both music-minded Israelis and travellers. It bills live music nightly ...

  • Famous Jewish artist Marc Chagall designed the 12 stained glass windows of the synagogue at Hadassah Medical Center, Ein Kerem . Each window is a rainbow-colored piece of beauty and the ...

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    Hashiloah Road

    In 696 BC, Hezekiah's men built these tunnels to cut off the water flow into Jerusalem and lead a revolt against the ruling Assyrians. The actions taken by the ...

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    Jaffa Gate

    The first Protestant church in the Middle East it came into being when a controversial agreement to establish a joint bishopric in Jerusalem was signed between Britain and Prussia. The neo-Gothic building ...