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07-12-2016
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The German and Greek colonies

Two small neighborhoods that were assimilated between two main streets: Emek Rephaim and Bethlehem road. Their restored houses tell a different story of Jerusalem – that of the penetration of the European states and Christian communities to the city of Jerusalem at the end of the 19th century, from a private person's standpoint rather than an institutional one. A few public houses were built in these areas; these were houses with a communitarian function and not a religious one. Almost every private house is decorated with a verse from the Bible on its façade in German, Latin or Greek.

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06-12-2016
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The First station area

Once a distant location from the city of Jerusalem, the First Station is located in the modern city center. It is located between Jewish and Muslim neighborhoods. Until the late nineties the trains arrived to this station and not to the new Malha station. In the last few years, it has become one of the hotspots, especially on Friday’s and Saturday’s, with the bars and restaurants that are open during Shabbat, live music and markets. Near the First Station there is also the Yes Planet cinema that is open during Shabbat and the Khan Theater. The area is surrounded by greenery: on one side the natural Bible Hill and on the other the Railway Park. For jogging, a live concert or just a cold beer on Friday night this is a perfect place to spend a couple of hours.

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18-11-2016
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Yad VaShem Holocaust Museum

Even unto them will I give in mine house and within my walls a place and a name better than of sons and of daughters: I will give them an everlasting name that shall not be cut off.” Book of Isaiah. Yad Vashem means in Hebrew ‘a place and a name’. The idea of this was brought to life during the Second World War. After the State of Israel was established, the government enacted the law of Yad Vashem as a Remembrance Authority. According to the law, the official role of Yad Vashem, back in 1953, was to collect information about the victims, to conduct research about the Holocaust and to present it to the public, using different methods: museums, archives, school, publications and exhibitions. Today Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, has one of the leading Holocaust memorial museums in the world, an international school for Holocaust Studies, a comprehensive Holocaust Archive and serves as the ultimate source for Holocaust education, documentation and research. Students and history teachers come from all over the world to participate in a variety of educational programs.

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16-11-2016
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Parliament- Knesset, Supreme Court and their surrounding

Givat Ram is a neighborhood in the middle of the western city of Jerusalem. All of the important national institutions are located here: the legislature- the Knesset, the judiciary- the Supreme Court and the executive- the Government. Today it is possible to visit the Knesset- Israeli Parliament building and the Supreme Court. Most of the government offices are not frequently visited without an appointment. Between the different establishments there are green open spaces. Among these you can find Wohl Rose garden and the Bird Observatory.

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14-11-2016
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Israel Museum

Half a million of objects create the collection of Israel Museum, between Judaica artistic items, archeological discoveries, paintings and statues. These objects represents different cultures, religions and societies in the world since the birth of mankind till present days. The museum was opened in 1965. The living spirit behind it was Teddy Kolek, the mayor of Jerusalem in those days. One of the main attractions of the museum is the Shrine of the Book that hosts the Dead Sea Scrolls, but there is much more to see. Except the permanent exhibition, the museum hosts temporary exhibitions in a worldwide scale, lectures, concerts and special events like wine fairs or children activities in the open space of the Billy Rose sculpture garden.

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13-11-2016
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The Catholic churches of Mount Olives

The most common denomination in the European world along history was, and still is, the Catholic Church. Almost half of the sacred places on Mount of Olives belong to Franciscans and other monastic orders that serves as the official representative of the Catholic Church. It is very easy to distinguish between the eastern churches architecture and catholic ones. An evident symbol is the Cross of Jerusalem, also known as the Crusader’s Cross. The Franciscans adopted it as a part of the coat of arm of the Custody of the Holy Land and that is why it appears in each and every church run by this order. All of these church are relatively new and were built on top of the old ruins of the privies chapels.

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09-11-2016
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Mount of Olives and its non-Catholic Churches

This is the place from which Jesus entered the city of Jerusalem during the holy week. Here he made his famous prophecy looking down at the Temple. “Mount of Olives”, rising to the East of Jerusalem, separates the Holy City from the Judean Desert which from here begins its descent to the Dead Sea. Kidron valley separates Mount of Olives from Mount Moriah, Temple Mount, and the Old City. Some of the main events in the Passion of Jesus Christ happened here: Jesus' last prayer, Judas Iscariot's kiss and the capture of Jesus by the priests and the Roman soldiers. From the top of this mountain Christ went to the heavens after his death and resurrection, and from the same place he is said to have come to, on the Second Advent. During history churches were erected on top of these holy places. A walk down Mount of Olives gives you a glimpse into different Christian traditions.

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06-11-2016
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King David Street and its monuments

One of the main streets in Jerusalem started off as a dirt track to the closest city of Bethlehem. It received several names like Bethlehem road or Julian the Emperor road until the King David Hotel was built and gave the street its official name during the birth of the state of Israel. Today the street hosts four big hotels: the Waldorf Astoria, the David Citadel, the YMCA and of course the King David Hotel. Today many Judaica galleries and modern art galleries are established along this street. The area is considered to be one of the most expensive areas in the city. Take a short walk from any spot in the city to another, explore the lobbies of the five star hotels of the city or even climb the YMCA bell tower to see a stunning view of the city. This street is a small piece in the modern history of Jerusalem.

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30-10-2016
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city of David

The City of David is the birthplace of the city of Jerusalem, the place where King David established his kingdom, and where the history of the People of Israel was written. It is within walking distance from the Old City of Jerusalem and the Western Wall, and is one of the most exciting sites in Israel. Visitors come from all over the world to see the strongest physical connection between the stories of the Bible and reality, the place where the Holy City started. In the year 1004 BCE, King David conquered the city from the Jebusites and established his capital here. It was here where the People of Israel were united under King David’s rule, here where the Holy Ark was brought forth and here where the First Temple was built by King Solomon, King David’s son. Through the course of history, this part of Jerusalem was destroyed and forgotten. Today it is one of the most important archeological parks and attractions in the city. You can’t miss the City of David when visiting Jerusalem.

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18-10-2016
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Slopes of Mount Zion

Not only is the peak of the mountain sacred, but some important Christian events and traditions relate to the slopes of this hill. It is a part of the so called ‘Western hill’. Where the Jews built a neighborhood since the 7th century b.c.e. and during the period of the Second Temple. Today, visitors take a walk between the different churches and cemeteries in order to discover a hidden side to the history of the city from the period of Jesus, the Crusaders and famous modern figures like Oskar Schindler.      

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11-10-2016
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mount Zion

“For out of Zion shall go forth the law, and the word of the LORD from Jerusalem” (Isaiah 2). This is perhaps the most famous verse in the Bible mentioning Zion. It is one of the names of Jerusalem and it gave the inspiration to the denomination of the Zionist Movement. The city or fortress of Zion is mentioned 19 times in the Bible. Though it is not clear if the names refers to Mount Moriah, place of the Temple, or today’s mount Zion. Many different religious traditions relate to this place and it is sacred to the three monotheistic religions. It contains the burial place of King David, the last supper room of Jesus and his Disciples, a church dedicated to Mary and other Christian monasteries and cemeteries. There is also a synagogue and a yeshiva (orthodox Torah school).     

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29-09-2016
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Damascus gate and it surroundings

The most impressive and decorated gate in the old city’s wall. It was the first gate to be built by the architects of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent, in the beginning of the 16th century. So most of the economic strain was put into this gate. Facing north, the gate is directed to the next main Othman city- Damascus. The gate has different names in various languages, cultures and religions. In Arabic it is Bab el-Amud, gate of the column, where the mille stone of Jerusalem was located since the Roman period. St. Stephan gate is the common Christian denomination, because the martyrdom of St. Stephan, according to the Catholic Church, happened in the area just outside this gate. In Hebrew it is called Sha’ar Shchem or Nablus gate, which is the closest historical city in the north. The beautiful decoration of the gate includes some protection elements like the embrasure- an arrow loop hole, or the machicolations- closed balconies with holes in the floor to pour hot liquid on the enemy’s soldiers. These were built to scare the city’s visitors and spies. With today’s weapons they don’t have any strategic meaning.

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11-09-2016
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Mahane Yehuda Market

The Holy Trinity of the Old City of Jerusalem consists of the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sephulcher and the Dome of the Rock. Even a short visit to Jerusalem is not complete without a visit to the main market – Mahane Yehuda – a short 10 minute walk from the Post Hostel, in the city center. The market integrates old and new, observant together with secular life. It blends shopping, food, drinks, spices, dried fruits, restaurants and bars. The busiest days are Mondays, Thursdays and Friday morning leading up to the beginning of Shabbat (the Jewish Holy Day). In order to fully experience the Shuk, it is bed to visit not only during the day, but also at night to the pubs, bars and live music concerts that fill the alleyways of the market.

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30-08-2016
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Western wall – a remnant of Herod the Great’s Temple

The Kotel in Hebrew or Wailing Wall and Western wall in English, is the most significant site in the world for the Jewish people. Jewish and Christian pilgrims, families who celebrate Bar Mitzvahs, sounds of the Muazin, Orthodox who meditate and curious tourists, you can find all of these and more at the Kotel square. According to the common Jewish belief the Shekinah, known as the Divine Presence, never left these stones after the Temple was destroyed. Jews from all over the world pray here and ask God for personal wishes as well as the common wish that the Messiah will come soon and the Third Temple will be built. Believers meditating and crying is a frequent sight not only today but in ancient times as well. This is the reason that the familiar name of the place is the Wailing Wall.

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14-08-2016
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The Holy Sepulcher

“And they brought him to the place called Golgotha... And they crucified him, and divided his garments among them, casting lots for them, to decide what each should take. And it was the third hour, when they crucified him”. (Mark 15, 22-25) “… And taking him down, wrapped him in the linen shroud, and laid him in a tomb which had been hewn out of the rock; and he rolled a stone against the door of the tomb. Mary Magdalena and Mary the mother of Jesus saw where he was laid”. (Mark 15, 46-47) The Basilica of the Holy Sepulcher contains both Calvary hill, known as the Golgotha, and the aedicule of the Tomb of Jesus. It is one of the most sacred places to Christianity and pilgrims from all over the world yearn to visit this church.

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04-08-2016
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Temple mount or Haram A Sharif

So many debates and disagreements relates to a small part in the city. It is one of the most important and impressive sites in the square kilometer we call the Holy city of Jerusalem. It is the place where once stood the Jewish Temple and since the 7th century it is the third sacred place for the Muslims after Mecca and Medina. Lots of people wait hours and hours to take photos of the beautiful monuments on top of the Podium.

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26-07-2016
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The old city walls and Jaffa Gate

Even from the balcony of The Post you can take a look and see some of the monuments of the city. This one square km. is one of the most intense places on earth. It contains the holiest places to Jews, Christian and the third sacred place to Islam. The wall that surrounds the old city was built in the beginning of the 16th century. The main entrance to Jerusalem was, and still is, Jaffa gate. Every tourist that comes to visit Jerusalem passes at least once through Jaffa gate. That is the reason that the information points are located close to the gate.

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04-07-2016
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Jerusalem Municipality

The Post hostel’s closest neighbors, just cross Jaffa road and you’ll find yourself at the busy heart of Jerusalem municipality. Some of the offices are located in new and modern buildings and some in old ones, they were built at the end of the 19th century and had different purposes: bank, zoology laboratory, hotel and a bagel bakery. The space in the middle of the city hall buildings is called Safra square. It hosts most of the official ceremonies and events in the city. Some of the open spaces between the buildings contains contemporary art works. The area uses today many people as a passage between the new city and the old one. Behind the city hall a few buildings, called the Russian compound, are hidden. Some of them still preserve their original purpose and some changed it during the last decades.

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22-06-2016
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The Jerusalem Triangle – heart of the new city center.

Three sides compose the Jerusalem triangle in the city center, Jaffa road, king George Street and Ben Yehuda Street. They were built by the British as a commercial space between the different Jewish neighborhoods. During its years of glory the area contained the cafes, shops and the first cinema of the Jerusalem bourgeoisie. Today you will find lots of souvenir shops, cafes and fast food stands. There are several art works and murals painted along these main streets. While walking down the streets open your eyes and look up every now and then.

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14-06-2016
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musrara

Mutzrara or Musrara in Arabic means graceful. The neighborhood was built at the end of the 19th century by rich and distinguish Arabs, Muslims and Christians. Some of the famous Palestinians nationalists lived here. The architecture of these houses was very traditional named Liwan house. Between 1948 and 1967 the beautiful houses were populated by poor Jewish citizens and the area became much neglected. The North African Jews who lived in this neighborhood founded the Black Panthers movement that protested against their discrimination. Today some of the historical building serves as the residence of several artistic establishments in the city.

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07-06-2016
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5 interesting facts about Mea Shearim

“Isaac sowed seed in that land, and in the same year reaped a hundredfold and the Lord blessed him” (Genesis 26, 12). The hundredfold, in Hebrew, gave the name to neighborhood of Mea Shearim. It was built in 1874 and after a couple of years, when Rabbi Diskeen moved to the quarter, the people of the neighborhood became more and more orthodox. The area of Mea Shearim attracts many curious tourists who like to take a peek in the everyday life of this special community. Who lives till today in some kind of a Shtetel (eastern Jewish village). Soo except respecting their dressing and behavior code take a look at these interesting facts before walking in to the area:

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31-05-2016
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Street of the Prophets and its surroundings

Street of the hospitals, street of the consuls, the back street and many more names were given to this street. The street was officially named at the beginning of the British Mandate period by the Governor of Jerusalem, Ronald Storrs. At that time, the street was paved and infrastructure for water and electricity were installed. It begins close to Damascus Gate and ends in the Davidka square. Towards the end of the street, in a non-active mosque, there is a tomb of a prophet, Nabi Okashi. According to one of the local tradition a prophet, important to all of the three monotheistic religions, is buried here. Because of that story Roland Storrs, the British governor of the city, decided to call the street at its current name.

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24-05-2016
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Nahalat Shiv’a the hidden neighborhood

Jerusalem, after 1860. The meaning of Nahalat Shiv’a is the estate of the seven. Seven rabbis purchased the land Between Jaffa road and the Independence Park lays one of the first neighborhoods built outside the antique walls of and became the founders of this beautiful neighborhood. If you want to go back in time to the end of the 19th century and enjoy the traditional architecture or grab a beer in one of the bars in the area this neighborhood is the place. Nahalat shiv’a is very famous today for its restaurants, cafes, galleries and its pubs.

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10-05-2016
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independence day

True or false? Test yourself: Israel’s first capital city was Tel Aviv. The oldest Jewish symbol is the Star of David. The lowest sweet water lake in the world is in Israel. The Jewish cuisine or the Israeli kitchen goes back to ancient times. A day before Independence Day we remember all of our fallen soldiers with two alarms. Here are some interesting facts about Israel for its 68 years of independence.

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01-05-2016
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Holocaust Memorial Day

In the rest of the world the Holocaust Memorial day is being solemnize on the 27th in January. On this date the advancing Red Army entered the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp complex, liberating more than 7,000 remaining prisoners, who were for the most part ill or dying. In Israel the date is different, it is on the 27th on the month of Nissan. It remembers the anniversary of the uprising of the ghetto in Warsaw. That is the reason that in Israel this day is called the “Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day”.

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20-04-2016
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passover or pesach

Pesach or Passover, what does it mean? Matzah, why to eat flat bread for eight days? Why is everybody cleaning like crazy? Since when Jews are celebrating this holiday and why is it so important?

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17-04-2016
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Independence Park- the green lung of the city center

Five minutes from the Post Hostel lays the central green lung of Jerusalem. At the beginning of the 20th century, after some areas in the new city were already populated, the British decided that Jerusalem needs its own small park. It is a symbol of freedom, were all of the Gay Pride is held on an annual bases. The coffee bar is open during Shabbat (Saturday) and secular Jews together with tourists can enjoy a drink on Friday night or during Saturday.

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11-04-2016
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Geek PicNic Jerusalem

During the upcoming Passover vacation Geek PicNic Festival offers a chance to get away for a few hours from today's reality and step into the future. Bring the entire family and friends and come to see Androids, robots, technological wonders, amazing inventions and breathtaking discoveries that will bring you tomorrow- today!

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28-03-2016
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Mamilla not only a shopping center

It was one of the neighborhoods built in Jerusalem during the 19th century outside the ancient walls. Destroyed partially during the wars and rebuilt only at the beginning of the 21st century as an open mall, luxuries residence and hotel. Some of the original building host shops. Walking through the mall you’ll see buildings with numbers painted on the bricks, a church with a statue of the Virgin looking down.

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22-03-2016
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Purim the Jewish Carnival

Purim is a Jewish holiday that commemorates the saving of the Jewish people from Haman, who was planning to kill all the Jews. This took place in the ancient Persian Empire. The story is recorded in the Biblical Book of Esther.

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13-03-2016
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Jerusalem Marathon 2016

42.2 km is the distance between the city of Marathon and Athens. The Greek soldier who brought the news of the victory ran that distance and then died. The Marathon race reentered the Olympics at the end of the 19th century. Today almost 500 big cities in the world host a Marathon once a year and Jerusalem is one of them.

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06-03-2016
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The best five Chocolate desserts in Jerusalem

Chocolate, food of the Gods and the Kings, was brought to Europe only during the 16th century. Each and every city in the world has it best desserts places or pastry shops and so does Jerusalem. Chocolate cake, ice cream or liquid on top of a Belgian waffle we have it all, Just choose!!!

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22-02-2016
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Lent procession in the Holy Sepulcher

Lent is a religious observance that starts at the end of the carnivals, on Ash Wednesday. It is practiced for about 40 days until the holiday of Easter. Easter celebrates the Resurrection of Christ and the purpose of Lent is to prepare the believer for this special holy day.

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14-02-2016
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dome of the rock

Soo many debates and disagreements relates to a small part in the city. But it is one of the most important sites in the square kilometer we call the Holy city of Jerusalem. Place of the Jewish Temple or the third place sacred to Islam after Mecca and Medina or perhaps both. Lots of people wait hours and hours to take the photos of the beautiful mosques.

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08-02-2016
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Happy Valentines – the most romantic places in Jerusalem

The rose is red, the violet's blue. The honey is sweet and so are you… really, how corny do you want to be in Valentin's day? Bring your loved one and a bottle of wine and choose one of the romantic locations of Jerusalem.

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24-01-2016
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Are you a Flashpacker?

Do you travel only with your backpack? Does it contain your tablet and smartphone and a couple of chargers? Do you always look for Wi-Fi to upload your photos? Are you staying at The Post Hostel?

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19-01-2016
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the lion of Zion

The lion is the official emblem of Jerusalem. You will able to find it on monumental buildings or even on the street lamps or swage lids. Lions are rooted in the Jewish tradition since the biblical period, from the tribe of Judah through King Salomon and the crewel Sultan Baybars.

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11-01-2016
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TU BISHVAT – NEW YEAR OF THE TREES

Four are the New Year's Eves in the Jewish calendar: one for the humans and animals, one for the land and Shmita, one for the kings and one for the trees. The peculiar fact is that this New Year is in the middle, the fifteenth on the month of Shvat.

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20-12-2015
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Christmas eve in Jerusalem

It all began here, approximately 15 kilometers south to Jerusalem, in a small cave in the city of Bethlehem. Christians all over the world adopt the 25th in December as the date that Jesus Christ was born. Look for a midnight mass in Jerusalem in your language.

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08-12-2015
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The Week of Lights – Hanukah in Jerusalem

During the shortest and coldest days of the year, Hanukah is the perfect holiday to add some cheer, light, warmth and calories. If you are in Jerusalem this holiday you can enjoy amazing light shows, concerts, festivals and parties.

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02-12-2015
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Holy Cocktails – The Post Hostel Bar

The historic post office building is not only housing one of the most beautiful hostels in the country it is also launching it's amazing in house bar this week. Alcohol from around the globe together with a homey feeling, great service and high quality snacks are bound to make this bar one of the hottest spots in town.

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22-11-2015
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Celebrating a Music Legend – Arik Einstein Tribute

Recording over 500 songs during his life time, Arik Einstein will be forever considered as The Voice of Israel. This week we are marking two years since the passing of the man who wrote and sang the soundtrack of Israel.

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15-11-2015
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The Magnificent Transformation of Mahane Yehuda Market

 The market was always the place for the best produce, yummiest falafel and cheapest halva, but for the past few years it is also the place to grab a beer, join an electronic music party and have a great night out.

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11-09-2015
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A Bit of: Architecture & The Post Hostel

When planning the building, the British architects set out to create a structure that combined international styles with the more traditional style found in Jerusalem of that time. For instance, the clock that used to be on the middle window of the building was very popular in these days on European public buildings while the arches are very distinct for the Jerusalem style. As a result, the Central Post Office represents the multicultural feel of Jerusalem; where past and present constantly mingle.

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