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Talbiya, 26 King David Street
One of the most beautiful and magnificent buildings built in Jerusalem during the British Mandate
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.
The Old Train Station on Emek Refaim
David Remez Street
One of the few public buildings were built in Jerusalem during the Ottoman period
The Home with a Letter Clock - Mel School
Makor Baruch, Isaiah at the street corner of David Yellin
School which played an important role in the education of many generations of children
Terra Santa School
Rehavia, 2 Keren HaYesod Street
One splendid educational building built in the city of Jerusalem by the Italian Society for the Religious
City Center, 58 Nevi'im Street
The house was built in the eighties by the 19th century by the architect and archaeologist renowned Jerusalem Conrad Schick
Syrian Orphanage (Shneller)
Makor Baruch, 34 Malchei Yisrael St
Founded in 1860, the Syrian Orphanage is one of the most famous architectural compounds in Jerusalem.
Street of the Stairs
Nahlaot, West of Bezalel St., between Even Sapir and Nervata Streets
Built in 1924 to provide a unique solution to the steep topography around it.
Street of the Prophets
City Center, Rehov Haneviim
Shows a unique historical record of 19th and 20th century architecture
Shaare Zedek Hospital
City Center, 161 Jaff Street
This is one of the glorious institutions in the medical history of Jerusalem.