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Arnona, 16 Klausner St.
The home of the greatest of the Hebrew writers in modern times, Shmuel Yosef Agnon, Nobel Prize laureate for literature.
Anna Ticho House
City Center, 7 Harav Kook St., City Center
One of the first houses in Jerusalem to be built outside of the walls.
Augusta Victoria Hotel
Mount of Olives, St. Martin Buber
This large and impressive building built by the Germans and was named after the German Empress Augusta Victoria.
B’nei Brith Library
Geula, 18 B’nei Brith St., Geula
Served for decades as an educational center.
City Center, 21 Jaffa Rd., City Center
Former home of the Anglo-Palestine Bank, this landmark building was constructed in the 1930’s during a building boom in Jerusalem.
Rehavia, 21 Ramban St., Rehavia.
Designed by the architect Leopold Krakauer, this distinctive building is considered to be one of the most beautiful and important examples of the international style in Israel.
Beit Levi Eshkol
Serves as the offices of the Society for the Protection of Nature in Jerusalem. In the past he served as the home of the British commissioner in Israel and later the first prime minister's residence.
Musrara, 34 Shivtei Yisrael St., Musrara
Built in 1885, the building represents one of the most luxurious private residences ever built in Jerusalem.
Beit Yellin in Motza
City Center, 25 HaNevi'im Street
Bishop House is a beautiful example that illustrates the overall architecture of information, Panamanian spaces, courtyards and special stone items.