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Emek Refaim Street
German Colony, Emek Refaim Street
A bustling main street lined with cafes, restaurants, shops and historic structures in the heart of the German Colony.
German Colony, Adam School Courtyard - 22 Emek Refaim St.
A newer market in Jerusalem, offers a combination of specialized consumer goods.
HaBuharim Neighborhood, Between Yehezkel, Adoniyahu Hacohen, Yoel, and Rabeinu Gershon Streets
A shuk that dates back to 1891, situated in the Bukhari neighborhood.
The Four Species Market
HaBuharim Neighborhood, 26 Strauss Street (Zufnik) and the Bukhari Market
A seasonal market that operates annually following Yom Kippur to Succot.
Mahane Yehuda Market (the Shuk)
Mahane Yehuda, City Center
Largest fruit and vegetable market in the city, main open air market outside the Old City walls.
Mahane Yisrael, 12 Emil Bota Street.
Serves as a meeting place for dialogue between cultures and nationalities and cross-cultural arts venue.
Konrad Adenauer Conference Center - (Mishkenot Sha’ananim)
Mishkenot Sha'ananim, At the end of Jacob Steinhardt Street
Hosts international encounters on subjects from art, music and literature, through philosophy, religion and ethics
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.
Old City Markets
Old City, Within the Old City Walls
Inside the Old City Walls, provides a variety of items to tourists and retail shoppers.
Yad Yitzhak Ben-Zvi
Rehavia, 14 Even Gavirol St.
Situated in Rehavia, it is the leading institution of research on Jerusalem and the State of Israel.