The grave of the great Rabbi of Jerusalem in the last century, Rav Shmuel Salant May his memory be a Blessing. on Har Zeisim or the "Mount of Olives". It is known that the graves of the Righteous are more pleasant than palaces.
Pachshvilli are posters plastered on walls and sides of buildings. They are a sort of newspaper announcing deaths, events and weddings, political and religious court rulings. Many people stop to read the latest news here on a street in the Geulah neighborhood.
Jerusalem children weave special holders from the leaves of date palms for the four species used during the Holiday of Succot during the Hebrew month of Tishrei. This was taken this year in the Meah Shearim neighborhood of Jerusalem.
An old courtyard in the Shteibelach. The turquoise paint is a favorite in Jerusalem for its beautiful contrast against the stark white stone facing of every building, and for its powers aganst Ayin Hara. These old courtyards are protected by ancient land trusts set up long before the State of Israel.
Ritual tattooing is forbidden according to Jewish Law, nevertheless, the Ethiopians, from the tribe of Dan, still practice it. it will not pass to the next generation, as this is a world going by, nearly over.
Caper bushes grow out of the arched entryway of the old neighborhood of Nachlaot.
This car was parked in the courtyard 40 or 50 years ago and never moved! Its condition is due to lack of salt in the air and on the roads, and mild winters. We think the car is an Israeli make called the Saucito Estate.