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The church of St John the Baptist Church in Ein Kerem is located here and refers to its circumcision on the eighth day of birth or Brit Milah. Tile panels in all languages repeat the same biblical passage. Beautiful view from around and a beautiful...More
Part of Jerusalem today, Ein Kerem is believed to be John the Baptist Birth place.
There are several Catholic and Orthodox Churches there, as well as the famous Mary Well.
The place is green, quiet (in spite of the tourists crowds) and very romantic
Ein Kerem is where one of the Hadassah hospitals is. It is also a nature area. Nearby is a great restaurant called Derech HaGefen which has romantic outdoor/indoor settings and TERRIFIC food. This is a place you'd want to go if you know Jerusalem inside...More
An ancient village in greater Jerusalem. For a small fee you can see the magnificent 12 Chagall windows. A brief “tour” explains the stories in each window. Worth the trip. The town is full of gardens, music and art, restaurants and religious history. They are...More
One has to travel up to the hill and see this place. Though the view from the top is amazingly admiring, one has to intentionally visit this place just to see a specific landmark which are the churches unless one is planning to go Hadassah...More
The hotel is centrally located and had cab access all the time. Rooms were very clean and spacious. Wash rooms were really clean and well maintained. Wifi access was very good and fast. Food spread was really good and had plenty of choices. Taste was...More