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Me'a She'arim

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Me'a She'arim

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Mea Shearim Street, Jerusalem Israel
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Jerusalem Three Religions Holy City Walking Tour
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Jerusalem Three Religions Holy City Walking Tour
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Discover Jerusalem’s Jewish, Islamic, and Christian sites on a walking tour that explores the city’s rich religious heritage, from the Dome of the Rock and Temple Mount to the Via Dolorosa. Get a fascinating perspective on thousands of years of history, spirituality, and conflict by experiencing Jerusalem through all three of the city’s major religions.
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Friday Feb 14, 2020: Beautiful day out in Mea Shearim and Ge’Ula neighborhoods. I was hesitant at first to go, but so glad I did. I walked up from Jaffa street to Mea Shearim street. It was absolutely packed, everyone hurrying to gather necessities for Shabbat. It was
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Visiting this area where many ultraorthodox Jewish people are living and walking around the streets in their unique dresses...the experience is also unique, don't miss it! I love that our world is so colorful. There are many shops and bakeries there which could be cheaper than
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Mea Shearim is not a tourist attraction but a thriving ultra orthodox community. It is a cultural experience to just visit, observe and walk the streets. The community is made up of many sects some of which are identified by the type of dress including the many styles of mens
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It is essential to get a feel for this street. It’s ethnic. It speaks volumes about the people who live in Mea Sharrim
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There is not much to add to previous reviews except one thing: if you stay in the quarter and have a rental car and park it in the quarter, you will not be able to get it out on Shabbat, that is from 7pm Friday to 7 pm. Apart from that inconvenience and the general feeling of
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