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Jerusalem gems

You’ve traveled to Israel one, two or three times. You’ve seen the Kotel (Western Wall), taken a tour of the City of David and visited the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial and museum. Now it’s time to experience the atypical, creative and uncommon. Here are six Jerusalem stops that will tickle your palate, color your vision of the Holy City and restore your faith in humankind. Hansen House Location: 14 Gdalyahu Alon St.  Hansen House is one of Jerusalem’s oldest “modern” buildings. It was established in the late 1800s by Baron and Baroness von Keffenbrinck Ascheraden, in cooperation with a committee of the Joint Anglican-German Protestant Community in Jerusalem, to treat the lepers who would beg near the poor huts at the Zion Gate. Leprosy later became […]
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