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Very good, 8.0 Score from 153 reviews

A Little House In Rechavia    

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Located in one of Jerusalem’s nicest neighbourhoods, A Little House in Rechavia is a well-positioned hotel within easy walking distance of the city centre and the old city. There are 4 people looking at this hotel. More   WiFi Parking.


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Good, 7.4 Score from 229 reviews

Hashimi Hotel  

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The HaShimi Hotel is located in the heart of the Old City of Jerusalem. It boasts a beautiful roof top terrace with magnificent views over the city, and an elegantly landscaped garden. There are 2 people looking at this hotel. More Back Packing  Latest booking: 28 minutes ago.


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Zion Hotel

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This hotel is located in central Zion Square, a 15-minute walk from the Old City and a few steps from the market and the Nahalat Shivah pedestrian promenade. Wi-Fi access is free. There are 2 people looking at this hotel. More Back Packing  Latest booking: 1 hour ago

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Good, 7.6 Score from 171 reviews

Little House In The Colony

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Little House In The Colony set in a quiet part of central Jerusalem, in the German Colony. Free Wi-Fi access and free tea and coffee are provided all day. There is 1 person looking at this hotel. More Latest booking: 15 hours ago. Back Packing

Jerusalem from above.

A rooftop tour of Jerusalem provides new perspective on an ancient city

Jerusalem is often explored on foot, but another way to see the city is to climb to its rooftops and look down on some of its amazing sites.

Today’s tour with guide Madeleine Lavine starts at the YMCA, an architectural landmark built in 1878 and well known for its vision of coexistence. Inside, there is a Jewish-Arab preschool, and a hotel and sports center with a mixed staff.

From there, we look due East across to the Mount of Olives and see the white dome of the newly reconstructed Hurva Synagogue in the Old City; the Windmill in Yemin Moshe, the Old Jerusalem Train station and Independence Park downtown.

We continue atop the Old City walls to the roof of Aish HaTorah Yeshiva, providing a close view of the Western Wall and the Temple Mount with its golden Dome of the Rock, Al Aqsa mosque and Wilson’s Arch … and in the distance, the Orthodox Church on the Mount of Olives.

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Indivisible Jerusalem

The division of Jerusalem into “East” and “West” imposed by the Jordanian occupation for a brief period of 19 years is no longer possible in a city which has dramatically grown and changed over the last 44 years. 270,000 Arabs and 200,000 Jews live in the mosaic of neighborhoods called “East Jerusalem.”

Dividing Jerusalem is not technically feasible due to the intermingling of populations, neighborhoods, and vital infrastructures.

Throughout history, the only times when all residents of Jerusalem: Christians, Muslims, and Jews, have enjoyed freedom of religion, and other benefits of democracy have been under Israeli sovereignty.

The Jewish and Arab residents of Jerusalem share medical and welfare facilities, academic institutions, shopping centers and recreation sites. Recent public opinion polls show that a majority of Jerusalem Arabs would prefer to remain under Israeli sovereignty.

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