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Attractions in the Old City of Jerusalem

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  • Shaar Habarzel, Jerusalem

The Small Wall - also known as the Little Western Wall or, in Hebrew, Hakotel Hakatan - is a Jewish holy site because it is a small part of... Read more

The Tiferet Yisrael Synagogue
  • Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem

The Tiferet Yisrael Synagogue was the most impressive synagogue during the 20th Century within the Old City of Jerusalem. Read more

  • Beit Rothschild, Jerusalem

The Rothschild House is a two-story building with arches that was built in 1871 to house poor families. Today it houses the offices of the Jewish Quarter Development Company... Read more

  • 31 Habad Rd, Jerusalem

A landmark synagogue in the Old City built in 1858 and never destroyed Read more

Mosque of Omar
  • St. Helena Rd, Jerusalem

A 12th-century mosque near the Church of the Holy Sepulchre Read more

  • City of David, Jerusalem

Leading from the Gihon Spring to the Pool of Siloan, Hezekia’s Tunnel is one of only a few 8th-century-BC structures worldwide that are fully accessible to the public. Read more

Museum of Psalms
  • 56 Habad St, Jerusalem

A museum of spiritually inspired art and Jewish art at the Old City of Jerusalem. Read more

  • Aqbat e-Taqiya Ma'alot HaMidrasha, Jerusalem

Lady Tonsok, daughter of Abdullah al-Muthaffariyye, was the wife of the Mameluke ruler Muthaffar al-Din. The lady dedicated the building at the end of the 14th-century to a Sufi... Read more

The Dormition Abbey
  • Mount Zion, Jerusalem

The monastic church- “the Dormition” is one of the most prominent churches in Jerusalem due to its size, beauty and location that overlooks the old city. The church was... Read more

  • 24 Muristan Rd, Christian Quarter, Old City, Jerusalem

One of 2 protestant churches in the Old City and the tallest building in the Christian Quarter Read more

Damascus Gate
  • El Wad St, Jerusalem

The main point of entry to the Muslim Quarter Read more

David Palombo Museum
  • Mount Zion, Jerusalem

A museum dedicated to the works of Turkish-born Israeli sculptor David Palombo Read more

The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church
  • Mishmarot HaKehuna St, Jerusalem

The main base of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church in Israel and a haven of tranquility in the city center Read more

  • Hakardo, Jerusalem

On May 28, 1948, after months of siege, the defenders of the Jewish Quarter surrendered to the Jordanian army and the Old City’s Jewish residents were expelled. The State... Read more

  • Or Hahayim St, Jerusalem

A restored historical synagogue in the Old City originally established by one of the most prominent rabbis of the Ottoman era Read more