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We walked through the Armenian quarters . It was less crowded than the other sections. I was told that most people left for Armenia or USA. I liked the area with a lot of history in every people. There's nothing much to see here except...More
As we toured the old city of Jerusalem we walked through the Armenian Quarter and a church/convent there. I was surprised at the size of the Armenian section of the city and how quiet this area was in comparison to the quarters.
a short walk from Jaffa gate on way to western wall. during a recent earthquake the lower areas opened up. the archaeologists discovered remains of a classic Roman market road with shops. once explained it was quite remarkable
Twenty years ago I began my wedding in the Armenian Quarters. We stayed at their hostel (hotel). We were some 60 people. So, revisiting the Armenian Quarter was a moving experience. There are some changes - there is a restaurant there, just on the corner...More
While only Armenians can visit this quarter it’s worth a visit to the church and areas non-Armenians can access. Some interesting ceramics shops and factories in an otherwise slightly quieter part of town.
The Armenian Quarter is in the south western part of Old Jerusalem and is accessible through the Zion Gate and the Jaffa Gate.Most of the Armenians in the city live in this area where shelter was provided to the survivors after the mass genocide of...More