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13 Heleni Hamalka St., Russian Compound
Historic Structure, orignially built as an inn for Russian pilgrims in 1890. Temporarily closed to the public.
Notre Dame de France Monastery
3 Hatzanhanim Rd., opposite the Old City
One ofthe most impressive French buildings in Jerusalem, the Notre Dame de France Monastery was built by French Catholic monks in 1888.
The Old Train Station on Emek Refaim
David Remez Street
One of the few public buildings were built in Jerusalem during the Ottoman period
Beit Yellin in Motza
Arnona, 16 Klausner St.
The home of the greatest of the Hebrew writers in modern times, Shmuel Yosef Agnon, Nobel Prize laureate for literature.
JVP Media Quarter
Baka, 24 Hebron Street, Jerusalem
A start-up and creative hub, that concentrates a variety of start-up and creative technology firms - all backed by the venture capital firm "Jerusalem Venture Partners" (JVP)
College of Education by The David Yellin
Beit HaKerem, Beit Midrash Circle
Nestled in beautiful historical buildings
Eliezer Ben-Yehuda House
City Center, 28 Ein Gedi Street
This is the house where the linguist and writer Eliezer Ben-Yehuda Hebrew lived
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.
City Center, 29 Shivtei Yisrael St., corner of Hanevi'im St. 9
One of the most impressive buildings on the Street of the Prophets (Hanevi’im St.), the Italian hospital was built in the late Ottoman period between the years 1913 and 1917.