One of the most impressive parliament buildings. There is a beautiful garden outside the Knesset, a model of the Temple lamp and more. Within the Knesset you can view historical treasures of the Jewish people and the work of the Israeli parliament.
No entry to the public. Interesting to know that is the building where their government meets. There is a nice rose garden across the street with a large menorah donated to the Jews from the British that is more interesting to see and observe up close.
There was a fence and wall around it, so we could not get up close. Maybe you can book a visit. But it was not like many castles and parliment buildings that you can get close and take photo. Atleast we did not see any possibilities.
Took a free tour in English. Was pretty interesting. Everything there has an additional meaning and symbol.
The accessibility and beauty of true democracy and the drama of the rebirth of Israel is a marvel to experience. Seeing how this amazing democracy investigates a bill and how the parties work together with the executive and judicial branches is great but also the mechanisms…