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Rehavia, Jerusalem *

Rehavia's_Mill, Photo: Neta

The Plans for Rehavia Begun in 1922, the Rehavia neighborhood served as a “garden suburb” for Jewish families of Jerusalem who sought to escape the crowded conditions elsewhere in the ...

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Talbiya, Jerusalem *

Photo: Pinybal

It is amazing how Arab farmland changed hands through the Greek Orthodox Church, prosperous Christian Arabs, European consulates and Israeli government institutions to become the high class of Jerusalem. Talbiya ...

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Church of the Visitation

Mary and Elizabeth

Walking up from Ein Karem What is the Church of the Visitation? The Virgin Mary, who was pregnant with Jesus, came to visit (Luke 1:39-56) her cousin Elizabeth (Elisheva), who ...

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Tower of David – Migdal David

Tower of David

Phasael Tower One would expect that the partially preserved massive Citadel of Jerusalem, now called the Phasael Tower, would be the popular choice as the object to represent The Tower of David and Jerusalem. ...

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Safra Square

Nicola e Pina Israele 2009

  Barclays Bank – New Jerusalem Municipality Adjacent to the Russian Compound Jerusalem’s City Hall is situated directly on the seam that once divided Jerusalem. The entire complex is equally ...

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Palace of King David

Aerial view of City of David

Area G – City of David, Jerusalem – Palace of King David Area G is the name that archaeologists gave to what they called Royal Quarter of King David’s Capital ...

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Chapel of the Ascension

Chapel_of_the_Ascension_in_Jerusalem

Chapel of the Ascension The Chapel of the Ascension in A-Tur, Jerusalem is a Christian and Muslim holy site that is believed to mark the place where Jesus ascended into heaven. ...

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Chapel of Flagellation

church-of-flagellation-interior

The Franciscan Chapel of Flagellation The complex was given to the Franciscans by Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt in the 19th century. The Roman Catholic chapel, built during the 1920s on ...

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