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Old Dec 4, 2006, 5:08 PM   #1
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Some pictures within the Old City from a visit last month:
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Looks like one of those places which make you forget about time while wandering in the streets and perhaps havingsome drinks at the cafe...
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Yes, every corner would lead to another intriguing alley that just draws you in. The dried dates and fresh bagels/breads to be purchased along the waywere just marvelous.
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Yes, every corner would lead to another intriguing alley that just draws you in. The dried dates and fresh bagels/breads to be purchased along the waywere just marvelous.
Concisely put Iwould like to see further images depicting your narration.
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Bahadir,

I'm in the process of sorting out about 2,000 photos taken on my pilgrimage to the Holy Land and Egypt. I'll try to post more Jerusalem street scenes. This one is a little different, but had the same impact on me; I just had to follow the path. The odd looking structure is the Tomb of Absolom. I'm familiar with your posts, and really love your photos of Biblical places in Turkey.
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Front view of the Tomb of Absolom, Kidron Valley, Jerusalem.
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