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Emek Refaim Street

Emek Refaim is the main street of the German Colony, a neighborhood build by the Templars at the end of the 19th century in typical European country style. The area still features shady lanes lined with ivy and fruit trees, Arab-style mansions and gentrified limestone cottages. It takes its name from the biblical Valley of Rephaim (or Valley of the Ghosts) which began its descent from Jerusalem here. Today, Emek Refaim Street is one of Jerusalem's most popular places to hang out. Lined with cafes, restaurants and boutiques, upscale bakeries, and high-class eateries, alongside fruit and vegetable vendors, Emek Refaim is Jerusalem’s new and trendy hotspot for scouting the scene. Fairs and outdoor happenings are conducted along the street in spring and summer, featuring street performers, arts and crafts, and food stalls. A Farmer’s Market takes place every Friday morning at the Adam School Courtyard on 22 Emek Refaim.. The International Cultural and Community Center (Beit Yehudit) is located on Emek Refaim St. It offers a wide range of community, social, and educational programs

German Colony
Emek Refaim Street
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