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An Israeli soldier at the Western Wall.

The Jerusalem neighborhood of Yemin Moshe with its famous windmill on the right.

Clouds breaking over the Temple Mount.

The entrance to an art gallery in the Jewish Quarter of the old city of Jerusalem

The Tomb of Absalom in Jerusalem’s Kidron Valley on the eastern side of the Old City. Absalom was the rebellious son of King David, and the Bible describes Absalom building the tomb himself for he had no sons to do it.

The Tower of David, Migdal David, is an ancient citadel located near the Jaffa Gate entrance to the Old City of Jerusalem.

The Mamluk Kahn, hidden underground in Jerusalem's Old City.

The walls of the Old City of Jerusalem after a snowy winter day.

Jaffa Road is one of the longest and oldest major streets in Jerusalem. In this photo one can see the modern-day Jerusalem light rail.

IDF soldiers pray at the Western Wall.

Damascus Gate in Jerusalem’s Old City, glowing at the annual Light Festival.

Celebrating Israel’s Independence Day at the Tower of David.

Man walking in the Jewish Quarter.

The bountiful and colorful shuk.

The Hall of Names at the Yad Vashem

King David’s Tomb on Mount Zion

The Kishle: Just recently opened to the public, and accessible only with organized tours.

The Priestly Blessing ("Birkat Kohanim") at the Western Wall.

Sunset over Mount Zion.

Tourist praying at the Western Wall.

Celebrating Jerusalem Day.

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