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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.
Talpiot, Harechavim 13, Jerusalem
The Yellow Submarine, a multidisciplinary music center
Talbiya, 11 Derekh Hevron
The two-screen art house cinema screens local Israeli, foreign and specialty films along with general releases.
Talbiya, 2 David Remez Sq.
The only producing repertoire-theatre in Jerusalem; considered to be one of the leading in the country.
Arnona, 16 Klausner St.
The home of the greatest of the Hebrew writers in modern times, Shmuel Yosef Agnon, Nobel Prize laureate for literature.
The Menachem Begin Heritage Center
Talbiya, 6 S.A Nachon Street
The Begin Center houses an experiential Museum, library, research center, lecture hall, and arts venue.
The 9/11 Living Memorial in Jerusalem
Arazim Valley, In the Jerusalem Ring Park.
The 9/11 Living Memorial commemorates the victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
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.
Mahane Yisrael, 12 Emil Bota Street.
Serves as a meeting place for dialogue between cultures and nationalities and cross-cultural arts venue.
Old Train Station Complex
German Colony, 28 Hebron Road (opposite the Khan Theatre)
Recently renovated, this complex hosts a variety of entertainment activities.