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The main entrance to Jerusalem’s Old City faces the west toward the old port of Jaffa, and is located next to one of the city’s best-known sites, the Tower of David or Citadel. There are seven gates open: New Gate, Zion, Dung, Jaffa, Lions’ (St...more
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The most concentrated point of the old city. Three quarters meet here, the main Gait, the most symbolic towers, people of all religions from all over the world entering and leaving the Old City of Jerusalem permanently.
The Jaffa Gate I would say is the best and the safest of them all. I believe it is more like the main entrance. There are taxis there, several shops, ATM’s, and some restaurants. It also is the best lighted at night and more security...More
To me this is a segue from one area to another in Jerusalem - from the modern to the older section; from the predominantly Jewish area to a mixed area of Arabs, Armenians, Christians, Jews and tourists of all stripes. Often there is some music...More
This is one of seven entrances to the old city, and the one we used a few times since it was the one that was walking distance from our hotel.
It is 600 years old and has stood the test of time. It was built...More