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Jerusalem

Spiritual and iconic are the adjectives that best describe the city of Jerusalem.
The Israeli capital is full of history and has a wealthy, heterogeneous population. Divided into four quarters: Armenian, Christian, Jewish, and Muslim, let yourself be transported by the beauty of each one of them. During your visit, you can start with the Western Wall, also called the Kotel, located in the Jewish quarter of the historic center. The Mount of Olives is a pretty wooded hill covered with Christian monuments that will also make you discover the Basilica of Gethsemane before letting yourself be carried away by the beauty of the Temple Esplanade and the Dome of the Rock found in the Muslim district. Remember to go to the Damascus Gate and the Lady Tonsok Palace Facade when you get there. In the Christian quarter of the Old City, the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre will captivate you! The Herodion, an artificial hill resembling a volcano, will not leave you indifferent to the ruins of a fortified palace built by King Herod 1st the Great. You then pass through the Armenian quarter of Jerusalem to discover the Tower of David or Citadel of Jerusalem. This monument testifies to the architectural richness of the area. To be even more blown away, all you have to do is go to Soreq cave, also called Avshalom cave or stalactite cave, one of the most beautiful stalactite caves in the world. For the partygoers, consider going to the Yehuda Mahane neighborhood at night, where trendy restaurants and bars will tempt you with excellent Israeli specialties. In Jaffa Street or Ben Yehuda, you can dance to the live sound broadcast by the café-bars. After the party, you'll move on to a slightly quieter attraction at Teddy Park and cool off near the beautiful fountains of this place. There are about 250 water jets placed there. In summer, there are also lovely sounds and light shows that perform there. Then, you can go to the Yehuda Mahane market, a place full of colors and life, and make some beautiful findings. After that, Sacher Park is perfect for resting on the grass and in the shade.
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