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Following two devastating wars and 20 years of enemy occupation, the Jewish Quarter of Old Jerusalem was reconstructed with great attention to harmonious architectural detail. The highlight of the quarter is the excavation of the Cardo, the ancient...more
All reviews western wall old city hurva synagogue burnt house great shopping roman times lots of shops narrow streets walk around lots of history wailing wall historical sites falafel temple mount jaffa gate cardo jewish
Loved every minute of our visit
We went In and out of shops- read signs and visited an old Chabad synagogue and the Rabbi gave us a mini tour
My husband bought a new tallit and we enjoyed speaking with the owner of the shop...More
Such a living and vibrant part of the city that reminds of ancient Jewish life. Amazing how alive it is and how so much has been restored and modernized, while maintaining the look and feel of its origins.
Can't get enough of it.
The Jewish Quarter saved my trip to Jerusalem.
I am an Orthodox Christian and I went to Jerusalem for the first time, thinking I would spend most of my time in the Christian Quarter, Bethlehem for Christmas, etc., etc. The problem is that everywhere I...More
The Old City is officially divided into four quarters: Moslem, Christian, Armenian and Jewish..In reality, the Christian Quarter is mostly inhabited by Moslems. The Jewish Quarter was built from ruins, with great care to preserve what still stood and build around it. Supports from old...More
Like all Jerusalem, you need also to visit the jewish part...
Very inspiring and emotional
Every religion has its own thing and especially this ...
Very happy i visited
Will visit again whenever i go back
Response from cmyglasovich | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure, very little is open on Shabbat, when I was in Israel, I stayed with a family, I will go back for Pesach and spend it with them. You might go before the 10th to the Jewish Quarter and speak with people and maybe... More
I'm not sure, very little is open on Shabbat, when I was in Israel, I stayed with a family, I will go back for Pesach and spend it with them. You might go before the 10th to the Jewish Quarter and speak with people and maybe somebody will take you in to eat. Israelis are extremely friendly and open. Wish I could give you a definite yes, but I cannot! Sorry