There was definitely plenty of shops in the quarter and the shop keepers were not as aggressive and pushy as the other quarters. Beautiful architecture all around as well.
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Viewing each of the old quarters in Jerusalem gives you a memorable view into past life in the city and inspires awe and admiration when you consider how much history has taken place in these buildings. Viewing each of the quarters allows you to compare...More
Muristan is a historic area of the Christian Quarter very near to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. This is a neat historic place to pass by and spend a bit of time while sightseeing in this area of the Jerusalem. Historically, during the early...More
We had a very similar experience to the women who complained of being told the prices for Yair Emmanuel items were less expensive than on the internet and later discovering that they had paid far, far more. The owner spoke excellent English and when he...More
another quarter must to visit if you are an western it's a ,st to go to understand a little bid of the roots of christianity
Visiting all 4 quarters of the old city is a must for anyone who visits Jerusalem. Lots to see and do. Lots of shopping and eating.
We went expecting this to be more like a pilgrimage to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the final Stations of the Cross. We toured the church but getting to it and leaving the area is more like a bazaar with streets and lanes...More
The Christian quarter in the old city of Jerusalem is in the north west part of the city , inside the walls . Around 40 churches, and many hostels owned by the churches , for the pilgrims coming to Jerusalem, are still used till today...More
There is so much to see in Jerusalem that some p,aces are easily missed. The sights and sounds around this quarter can easily take you back 2000 years and the ancient buildings are simply stunning. Slow walking and constant head swivelling are amust so watch...More