Machane Yehudah is the open market - shuk - of Jerusalem. The busiest time there is Thursday and Friday morning when the whole city shows up there to stock up for Shabbat.
Jaffa Road is a main thoroughfare with no vehicular traffic. The Jerusalem light rail runs the entire course of the road. It has many stores and many buskers:
Two synagogue doors in the Old City. An area adjacent to Hurva square is home to four Sephardi synagogues that were closed every time I visited the area.
The Eliyahu HaNavi synagogue:
The Istanbuli synagogue:
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