Shalom and Hello to you all,
Jerusalem is the religious and historical epicenter of the world and the capital of modern State of Israel. With so much to see, explore and discover it’s time to know some interesting facts you didn’t know.
The Old City of Jerusalem is only one square kilometer and it is the epicenter of the world for the 3 Abrahamic religions: The Western Wall, Church of the Holy Sepulcher and the Dome of the Rock.
The Israel Aquarium is dedicated to the conservation of Israel’s marine habitats from the Mediterranean, the Red Sea and much more.
Jerusalem is known for its art and culture. Once a year Jerusalem is hosting the Film Festival, the Festival of Lights on the Walls and more. From art exhibitions to street fairs, concerts, pop-up events and much more, there are endless opportunities for events in Jerusalem.
The Israel Museum is considered as one of the largest world’s leading art and archeology museums. The museum is featuring the most extensive holdings of Biblical and Holy Land archeology in the world.
Jerusalem botanical gardens: is the largest in Israel. There are over 6,000 species and varieties of plants from around the world – Israel’s largest collection of live plants.
Jerusalem was the first city to be completely covered by Wi-Fi. One of the oldest cities in the world became the smartest one.
- The light rail bridge, together with more biking paths also have been crucial in reducing air pollution up to 80%.
To get some more info about Jerusalem stay tuned until next time!
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