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Near Jaffa Gate
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In the Muslim quarter
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On the Via Dolorosa
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In Monastery of the Flagellation
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Museum of the Franciscan Convent

The museum is situated in Muslim quarter of Jerusalem on the territory of Churches of Blame and Flagelletion (Via Dolorosa – 2nd station). A lot of interesting archaeological findings :)
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View of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre from the bell tower of the Lutheran Church
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Near the Tower of David
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Walk along the Via Dolorosa
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The old walls remember a lot
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Hurva Synagogue square

The Hurva Synagogue is one of the most exiting places to visit in the Old City of Jerusalem. Several years after it was founded, in 1721, the synagogue was also destroyed for the first time, lying in ruins for more than 140 years. That is also the source of its name, which literally means ‘The Ruin.’ The first rebuilding of the synagogue was in 1864, and this time it remained standing for quite a bit longer, serving as Jerusalem’s central Ashkenazi sanctuary until it was razed by the Arab Legion during the 1948 War of Independence. The Hurva would serve as a monument to the destruction of the Jewish Quarter in 1948. The synagogue, which was dedicated anew in March, 2010, was built to evoke its neo-Byzantine 19th century phase, complete with four pilasters and a large dome.
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