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There is so much to see in Jerusalem that some p,aces are easily missed. The sights and sounds around this quarter can easily take you back 2000 years and the ancient buildings are simply stunning. Slow walking and constant head swivelling are amust so watch...More
The Christian quarter is slightly different because the roads are much wider and so less tight compared to Muslim quarter. There is a lovely big church in the courtyard and so the area appears to have a lot more space.
One of the most popular old streets in the Old City to visit is David Street which runs west to east from near the Jaffa Gate to the Jewish Quarter where it turns into Chain Street.
David Street is lined with juice, souvenir and other...More
I was born and raised Catholic... but even if you are not, I suggest you visit it and be amazed by it's architectural and amazing beauty! There are steps to go up and down different places, ok the other hand the main things are on...More
We walked through the Christian Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem several times during our week long pilgrimage! We love the historic alleyways and the streets of the Via Dolorosa which stretch through to the Muslim Quarter and Lion's Gate. We tried to escape...More