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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 and to improve the life of the city’s residents. The exhibition featured hundreds of works of local and foreign artists alike. In both its scope and its prestige, the exhibition towered over any other event in the land and became one...
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Writen by: Neta Yaron
07/09/2017

Yerush-mayim

The end of summer is a wonderful season in Jerusalem. While in most areas in Israel the heat is unbearable and the humidity threatens to immerse every piece of dry clothing in sweat, here in Jerusalem a pleasant wind blows and on some nights one even needs a...
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Writen by: Ricky Rachman
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: Yael Alexcander
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: Yael Alexcander
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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Writen by: Ricky Rachman
16/05/2017

Where was King David – really?

In honor of Jerusalem Day, and after dealing with copious questions, theories and assumptions, we have decided to clear up the story of King David and Jerusalem once and for all. King David, the victorious warrior who overpowers giants, plays the harp and...
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Writen by: Ricky Rachman
01/02/2017

The Beer City

It’s been said that Israelis aren’t really serious beer drinkers but lots has changed in the last few years.  Israel has become the place to stop off, kick back and enjoy a pint.   And it’s not just about plain or malt anymore.  There are over 20...
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Writen by: Ricky Rachman
17/07/2017

Coffee Beans, Cardamom and Burning Coals

In the spice market in the Old City, hidden in a corner off the main street, between the churches and the mosques, sits one of the oldest cafes in Jerusalem. ‘Musa’s Café’ was founded 140 years ago and is one of the most veteran cafes in...
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