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Following two devastating wars and 20 years of enemy occupation, the Jewish Quarter of Old Jerusalem was reconstructed with great attention to harmonious architectural detail. The highlight of the quarter is the excavation of the Cardo, the ancient...more
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There are many museums as you walk past in the Jewish Quarter. If you want to go into any of the museums within the JEwish Quarter I suggest you don't go on Shabbat (sunset Friday to Sunset Saturday). The jewish quarter is well sign posted...More
When you visit Jerusalem and see how closely the respective denominations live to each other, it feels completely alien to the perception externally. There is a lot to see in the jewish sector - including many archaeological finds.
Nice small painted houses .Rosh Hashanah festivities were in full swing one of the ladies asked me if I could turn off the burner in the stove which I gladly did and she mentioned hers was a 600 year old house.Near the western wall one...More
What a contrast! Walking into the Jewish Quarter from the Muslim Quarter is like walking from the souks and medinas of Marrakech straight into a plaza in Grenada or Valetta.
Clean, well sign posted, large passageways and a less buzzing atmosphere make the area a...More
After going through the Arab section of the old City it was noticeable how much more chilled people were in the Jewish quarter
Local food was very good, there was much less hustle and it's well worth spending some time here
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I'm not sure, very little is open on Shabbat, when I was in Israel, I stayed with a family, I will go back for Pesach and spend it with them. You might go before the 10th to the Jewish Quarter and speak with people and maybe... More
I'm not sure, very little is open on Shabbat, when I was in Israel, I stayed with a family, I will go back for Pesach and spend it with them. You might go before the 10th to the Jewish Quarter and speak with people and maybe somebody will take you in to eat. Israelis are extremely friendly and open. Wish I could give you a definite yes, but I cannot! Sorry