Jerusalem

As well as being the capital city of Israel, Jerusalem is the heart of the Jewish state. Jerusalem has one of the largest populations off all the cities in Israel and is the holy city for three main Abrahamic religions; Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Jerusalem was reunified in 1967 and it could be said that modern-day Jerusalem is made up of three distinctive sections- the Old City of Jerusalem which contains many of the holy places for all three religions, the western modern and urbanized centre and the eastern Arab-dominated district.
Jerusalem has the unique aspect of having a history that is as old as the world itself; indeed Jewish people believe that creation begun in the centre of Jerusalem. Jerusalem is viewed in Judaism as the eternal capital of the Jewish people, was the site of the two

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 The Western Wall is the most significant site in the world today for Jewish people as the last remnant of ...[more]
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The Old City of Jerusalem covers a mere one square kilometer, yet there is something simply indescribable about this place, ...[more]
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"And to them I will give in my house and within my walls a memorial and a name (a "yad ...[more]
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The Church of the Holy Sepulchre does not look anything like any Church that visitors will have been in before. ...[more]
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The fact that the Tisch Family Zoological Gardens, also known as Jerusalem's Biblical Zoo, has its own railway station is ...[more]
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Genesis Land literally brings the Bible alive for young and old alike- this is probably the only place in the ...[more]
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The Tower of David Museum contains fantastic exhibits that deepen one's understanding of Jerusalem and is itself a part of ...[more]
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The Jewish Quarter, known as "HaRova" ("the quarter") by locals, is located in the southeast quadrant of the Old City ...[more]
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The Israel Museum is ranked among the best museums in the world due to its rich exhibitions made up of ...[more]
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The Cardo was the main street in Jerusalem 1,500 years ago, running from north to south and through the heart ...[more]
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An extremely popular restaurant at the moment, Machneyuda is an authentic Mediterranean market restaurant, run by three Jerusalem chefs with ...[more]
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Scala is a recent addition to Jerusalem's high-end culinary scene, successfully combining local ingredients and international cooking methods. Chefs Oren ...[more]
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Eucalyptus restaurant Chef and owner Moshe Basson is famous within and beyond Israel as a "food archaeologist" who reinvents Jerusalem home-style ...[more]
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Tmol Shilshom is a restaurant-cum-reading-room located on the top floor of a Jerusalem stone building in the Nahalat Ha'Shiva neighborhood. ...[more]
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Te'enim Vegetarian Cuisine Te'enim is one of Jerusalem's oldest vegetarian restaurants, is open since 1993 and is located in the picturesque ...[more]
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Chakra is a Mediterranean restaurant, ranging from classically Italian dishes to creative creations of local origins. A well-stocked bar, the ...[more]
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The Mirror Bar is a stylish cocktail and wine bar located in the Mamilla Hotel which allows customers to enjoy ...[more]
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Jacob's Pizza Jacob was born and raised in Cyprus and came to Israel with the dream of opening up a place ...[more]
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Zuni restaurant Located in downtown Jerusalem in Nahalat Shiv'a, which over the years traded it's deeply religious immigrants with a dizzying ...[more]
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Village Green Village Green has two levels of dining rooms and a plaza outside on Jaffa Road but it is still ...[more]
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Property Location A stay at Zion Hotel places you in the heart of Jerusalem, minutes from Ben Yehuda Street and ...[more]
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Property Location With a stay at King David Jerusalem, you'll be centrally located in Jerusalem, convenient to Jerusalem Great Synagogue ...[more]
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Property Location With a stay at Leonardo Plaza Hotel Jerusalem, you'll be centrally located in Jerusalem, steps from Jerusalem Great ...[more]
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Property Location With a stay at American Colony Hotel in Jerusalem, you'll be minutes from St. George's Cathedral and close ...[more]
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Property Location You'll be centrally located in Jerusalem with a stay at Addar Hotel, steps from St. George's Cathedral and ...[more]
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Property Location You'll be centrally located in Jerusalem with a stay at Grand Court Jerusalem, steps from St. George's Cathedral ...[more]
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Property Location Located in Jerusalem, Mount Zion Hotel is in the historical district and minutes from St. Andrew's Church and ...[more]
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Property Location With a stay at Pontifical Institute Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center, you'll be centrally located in Jerusalem, steps ...[more]
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Property Location National Hotel Jerusalem is in the heart of Jerusalem, walking distance from Garden Tomb and Rockefeller Museum. This ...[more]
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Property Location With a stay at Jerusalem Inn, you'll be centrally located in Jerusalem, convenient to Ben Yehuda Street and ...[more]
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 The Western Wall is the most significant site in the world today for Jewish people as the last remnant of ...[more]
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The Church of the Holy Sepulchre does not look anything like any Church that visitors will have been in before. ...[more]
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The Garden Tomb is believed to be the garden and sepulcher of Joseph of Arimathea and a possible site of ...[more]
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The northwest quadrant of the Old City of Jerusalem is the Christian Quarter, the second-largest of the four quarters. It ...[more]
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According to the Bible, the resurrection of the dead will begin from the Mount of Olives when the Messiah comes; ...[more]
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The Temple Mount is known in Hebrew as Har Habayit and is the most important religious site in the entire ...[more]
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Hurva Synagogue The Hurva Synagogue personifies the turbulent history of the Jewish Quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem. Before it ...[more]
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In Sura 17:1 the "Distant Mosque" is mentioned; "Glory be unto Allah who did take his servant for a journey ...[more]
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The Garden of Gethsemane, at the foot of the Mount of Olives, is believed to be the place Jesus came ...[more]
The Dome of the Rock is the octagonal building that is hard to miss in the Old City skyline. The ...[more]
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