Best of both worlds

Coplans, Chris
November 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);Nov2010 Israel Supplement, Vol. 5, p14
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the city of Jerusalem in Israel. The city is divided into three sections, namely, the Israeli New City of West Jerusalem, Arab East Jerusalem, and the walled old city with its four quarters which are Jewish, Muslim, Christian and Armenian. The Western Wall on the edge of the Temple Mount is said to be the point of the Jewish and Arabic culture collision.


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