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Yemin Moshe Quarter

Yemin Moshe Street | Southwest of the Old City, Jerusalem, Israel
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Yemin Moshe Street | Southwest of the Old City, Jerusalem, Israel
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Reviewed 13 May 2017

Yemin Moshe is a neighbourhood west of the Old City that was founded near the end of the end of 19th century to help elevate overcrowding conditions in the Old City at that time. From here much of the New City spread west to the...More

Thank BradJill
Reviewed 9 May 2017 via mobile

We are staying in "Sultan's Refuge" in Yemin Moshe and the apartment is elegant and the neighborhood is so picturesque! We look out on the Old City walls and hear church bells ringing and the muezzin call to prayer. There are beautiful plantings on every...More

Thank lesandchip
Reviewed 20 December 2016

one of the first neighborhoods outside the walls of the old city, this little neighborhood is beautiful and historic. I would recommend taking someone who knows the history of the place throughout the years, there are some interesting stories and known people who lived here....More

Thank tamarc82
Reviewed 26 November 2016 via mobile

Super cozy and beautiful place to walk at. Reminds Greece a little bit. It has wonderful little houses and amazing plants and flowers all around.

Thank OliviaLog
Reviewed 26 September 2016 via mobile

Start at the windmill and explore this small and silent neighborhood. Make sure that you will get in touch with new city's history. If not: Take a guide or collect some information about before. This neighborhood is inhabited and not a museum, so try to...More

Thank Werdi L
Reviewed 13 September 2016

One of the most expensive real estate in the whole Israel. But still a place to see. If you are interested in architecture or looking for a route for a beautiful romantic night walk - come here. We spent several hours with my wife here....More

Thank Magister_Sart
Reviewed 17 August 2016

Go on King David Str,pass the King David hotel and YMCA to the right (east) is the WINDMILL the first building erected bySir Moses Montefiore, 1857, of what was called Miskenot Shananim above Yemin Moshe built by the Montefiore Welfare Fund 1892-1894 as a solution...More

Thank airport2015
Reviewed 15 July 2016

Absolutely stunning residential neighborhood with charming narrow passages rich all year with flowers, trees and beautifully renovated old houses. Just walk around this beautiful neighborhood full of history and get amazing views of old city walls.

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Reviewed 11 April 2016 via mobile

Absolutely stunning residential neighborhood of 150 years: charming cobblestone streets lined with stone houses with verandas and cast iron balconies. Flowers everywhere, ponds, no cars and feels like both living and frozen history. Interesting to learn about Moses Mntefiore who was the founder of this...More

Thank ldjs
Reviewed 4 January 2016

I discovered this by accident, and I am so thankfully! I don´t understand why it is not ranked as a top site to visit, because it is. Also historically important, of course not like Old City, but totally worth a visit! Nice and narrow streets,...More

Thank Ana L
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