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City Center, 37 Haneviim St.
The first Jewish hospital outside the Old City walls, built in 1888.
Mahane Yehuda, 88 Agripas (inside the shuk)
Safafa Home Community Administration
Beit Tzafafa, 13 El Natar Street
Nahlaot, 1 Rabbi Shalom Shabazi Street
Vegan cafe in the heart of City Center, a community center for residents and tenants of apartments, recycles and saves the environment.
City Center, 25 Hillel St.
The first German Catholic institution in Jerusalem.
Rehavia, 7 Smolenskin St.
An architectural pearl built from 1934 to 1936 that was the home of Solomon Schocken.
School House Painter
Katamon, 15 BeNovember
Kiryat HaLe'um, 3 Museum Avenue
A visit that will immerse you in science and technology, including touch exhibits.
13 Heleni Hamalka St., Russian Compound
Historic Structure, orignially built as an inn for Russian pilgrims in 1890. Temporarily closed to the public.
Shaare Zedek Hospital
City Center, 161 Jaff Street
This is one of the glorious institutions in the medical history of Jerusalem.