Old City (Jerusalem)
Palestinian National Theatre
Safra Square - Jerusalem's city hall public square named after Jacob and Esther Safra.
Sam Spiegel School Film and Television
Seven Arches Hotel
Monastery of St. John in the Wilderness
St. Vincent-Ein Kerem
Supreme Court of Israel
Tabor House (Jerusalem)
Tolerance Monument - An outdoor sculpture located in a park near Goldman Promenade in Jerusalem.
Tomb of Absalom - Yad Avshalom (tomb of Absalom) is a grand monument on the foothills of Mount of olives.
Tombs of the Kings (Jerusalem)
Western Wall - The holiest Jewish site in the world and a renowned symbol of Jerusalem's Old City.
Yad Kennedy - Kennedy Memorial Jerusalem.
Yad Vashem - Located on Har Hazikaron (Heb., Hill of Remembrance), a ridge on the western outskirts of Jerusalem, the Yad Vashem Memorial.
Akeldama - The Akeldama area is situated in one of the most impressive locations in Jerusalem.
American Colony Hotel - A landmark fairytale get-away in the heart of Jerusalem, has been providing its luxurious hospitality services for more than 120 years.
Arab Orthodox Society -
Arena Stadium - The Arena Stadium is a planned future modern sports venue to be built in Jerusalem.
Bank of Israel - Situated in Kiryat Ben Gurion in Jerusalem, close to the Knesset (Israel's parliament), the Supreme Court, and government ministries.
Begin Center - The Menachem Begin Heritage Center is the official state memorial project in Jerusalem intended preserve the achievements and legacy of Menachem Begin.
Beit Kadima - Is a residential building complex in Jerusalem located on the west side of Kiryat Shmuel.
Jerusalem Botanical Gardens
Center for Human Dignity
Jerusalem Central Bus Station
Central Zionist Archives
David Citadel Hotel
East Jerusalem Central Bus Station
Hagia Maria Sion Abbey
Hasseki Sultan Imaret
International Convention Center (Jerusalem)
Jerusalem Biblical Zoo
Jerusalem Bird Observatory
Jerusalem School of Synoptic Research
King David Hotel
Knesset - The Knesset sits on a hilltop in western Jerusalem in a district known as Sheikh Badr before the 1948 Arab-Israeli War and now known as Givat Ram.
Little Western Wall
Jerusalem Malha Railway Station
Mike's Place suicide bombing
Mishkenot Sha'ananim -
Monastery of the Cross
Monolith of Silwan
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The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens comprises more than six thousand plant species, which were brought to Israel from all over the world and are being preserved for the benefit and enjoyment of the public. Brigham Young University Jerusalem Center
The Illustrated Torah - Chumash (Five Books of Moses)
Fully illustrated, colorful and attractive, and includes the weekly Torah portions and the Haftarot readings (weekly readings from the Writings and the Prophets).
Inside the Book
God said, "Let there be light"; and there was light.
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