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Writen by: Community Writers
06/05/2019

Between the Honey and the Sting

A few months ago, a buzzing was heard around the Citadel.  The buzzing accompanied our normal routine and we didn’t give it much significance.  After all, there is a complete world of living creatures at the Tower of David – lizards run between the arrow slits, birds nest on the turrets and multitudes of butterflies flutter by so a bit of buzzing did not really disturb our peace of mind.  However when one of our colleagues was stung by a bee, and several bees were found on the floor...
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Writen by: Community Writers
10/01/2019

Worldly Jerusalem

Two facts cannot be disputed: We have the most beautiful observation point in Jerusalem We don’t want to be selfish So, we want to share all this beauty with you through a clip that explains why you should definitely stop by when visiting the Old...
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Writen by: Community Writers
31/12/2018

How Herod showed his Love

Family Day celebrates the many kinds of families in different situations – traditional families and those that are a bit different, small families and large families, warm, close families and families with complicated, problematic connections. All...
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Writen by: Community Writers
17/12/2018

Jerusalem’s Santa

At the end of a narrow alleyway in the Christian Quarter, only a short distance from Jaffa Gate and the Tower of David, in a small house with a red door lives Jerusalem’s “Santa”. Jerusalem’s Santa Claus doesn’t ride a sled and doesn’t have a...
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Writen by: Community Writers
14/02/2018

Jerusalem, romance and in between them

Valentine’s Day is this week, the celebration of love and lovers (did we mention romance?), so to commemorate this festive holiday we went out to find other couples in the Tower of David citadel and the Old City that would inspire some romance or just...
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Writen by: Community Writers
06/11/2017

There is a Special Charm on Our Streets

A few days ago we moved the clock back one hour. Now, regardless of whether it is cold or hot outside and regardless of whether ice cream or hot corn is being sold on the street, at 17:00 it is already dark. It is clear that winter has officially arrived. For...
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Inception
Writen by: Community Writers
25/10/2017

Inception VR ‘Tower of David’ Launch

Inception Invites Users to Step Into The Past with ‘Tower of David’ VR Experience ‘Tower of David’ interactive VR experience is available from today on the Inception app across VR platforms Tel Aviv, Israel – October 25, 2017 – Inception, the...
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Writen by: Neta Yaron
24/10/2017

When Art meets History

The first exhibition held at the Tower of David took place in April of 1921 at the initiative of the “Society for Jerusalem,” a company under the auspices of the British government that was established to protect the cultural assets of Jerusalem...
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Writen by: Community Writers
12/09/2017

A Bar/Bat Mitzvah Celebration in Jerusalem with King David

Are you in search of original, meaningful, and quality content for a Bar/Bat Mitzvah celebration? Are you in search of a unique way to celebrate a Bar/Bat Mitzvah? There is no better place in Jerusalem than the Tower of David Museum. Here at the museum, in an...
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Writen by: Community Writers
30/08/2017

I Saw a City

Jerusalem and the Tower of David at Night as You’ve Never Seen Them The month of Elul is already here and each year it brings with it the selichot songs. There is no better place to experience, feel, and connect to the unique atmosphere of the month of...
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Writen by: Community Writers
22/08/2017

Zombies, Brad Pitt, and Haunted House

The Less-Known History of the Tower of David There is no more obvious symbol of Jerusalem than the Tower of David Museum. If you want to look at Jerusalem, hang up a picture of the Tower of David. The tower can be seen from afar (to be exact, what one sees...
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Writen by: Community Writers
09/08/2017

A Special Week With Special People

This week we celebrated a special week with special people with programming prepared exclusively for adults and children with special needs who came with the whole family.  The museum staff was prepared for any scenario and ready to extend help as necessary...
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Writen by: Community Writers
02/08/2017

The Secrets of Armenian Ceramics

What is so special about Jerusalem? Almost every Jerusalemite you ask will say that it is the people of Jerusalem who make the city so special. Every trip, tour or even just walk  along the street are opportunities for encounters with fascinating characters...
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Writen by: Community Writers
14/06/2017

Heavenly Jerusalem

A tour of panoramas of the Old City, Jerusalem. Jerusalem is perched on top of a mountain and covers hilltops and valleys. From every mountain, from every elevation point, you can see a slightly different Jerusalem.  We have a surprise for those who enjoy...
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Writen by: Community Writers
29/05/2017

Milk, Honey and Sugar Water

The holiday of Shavuot is a lot of things – it’s the giving of the Torah and the harvest, it’s the celebrations of the end of the counting of the Omer but, even before that,  the sixth day of Sivan is the day of the celebration of cheese. There is a...
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