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Ben Yehdua Pedestrain Mall

Situated in the heart of Jerusalem on one of the city’s busiest commercial streets, Ben Yehuda was converted into an outdoor mall in 1983 and renovated once again in the 1990’s. It is also the beating heart of center-city life in the capital. Shopping fun starts at the top of the street, where Ben-Yehuda intersects with King George Street, and one can find a great selection of Judaica, jewelry, t-shirts and other gifts. At its mid-section, Ben-Yehuda turns into a pedestrian mall with sidewalk cafes and an assortment of artisans from around the world offering their musical talents, from Offenbach to Carlebach and everything in between. It’s also the venue for some of the capital’s favorite annual events like the Jerusalem March in the fall and an Independence Eve bandstand in spring, traditionally staged at Zion Square at the bottom of the street where the mall merges with the city’s main thoroughfare, Jaffa Road.

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Ben Yehuda Street, between King George and Zion Sq. on Jaffa Street
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