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Tolerance Monument – Goldman Promenade

  • 19 Misgav Ladach St, Jerusalem

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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 117 traveler reviews
Sweeping view of Jerusalem
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 1, 2020

The Haas promenade offers a sweeping view of Jerusalem. If you’re after a daylight view, try to go on a clear, sunny day. We visited around noon, and with the sun to our back, the contrast of blue sky against the white buildings was spectacular! A plaque points out the major landmarks. The...

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The Haas promenade offers a sweeping view of Jerusalem. If you’re after a daylight view, try to go on a clear, sunny day. We visited around noon, and with the sun to our back, the contrast of blue sky against the white buildings was spectacular! A plaque points out the major landmarks. The old and the new, with several thousand years of history in between – stretched out in front of you!

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Fantastic View of the City!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 8, 2020

The Haas Promenade offers a terrific view of the city. We took a group of young people here (about 40) when staying at the Beit Ben Yehuda hostel. it is an easy walk - and gave us a great place to hang out. One caution - is if you walk all the way down...

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The Haas Promenade offers a terrific view of the city. We took a group of young people here (about 40) when staying at the Beit Ben Yehuda hostel. it is an easy walk - and gave us a great place to hang out. One caution - is if you walk all the way down the bottom, you exit through a potentially hostile neighbourhood.

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Hard to find but well worth it!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 31, 2019

Overlooking the old city and mount of olives is this gem- lavender bushes everywhere and walking paths down the side of mount.. it is well worth finding for a time out from hectic touring. Not to be missed. Plus the Muslim call to prayer is electrify if you catch it at the...

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Overlooking the old city and mount of olives is this gem- lavender bushes everywhere and walking paths down the side of mount.. it is well worth finding for a time out from hectic touring. Not to be missed. Plus the Muslim call to prayer is electrify if you catch it at the right time . For some reason the cab didn’t know how to get me there and when we got off a few blocks away nobody could point to where it was - like they hadn’t heard of it.

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