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Excavations Inside Jaffa Gate – Part 2

If I belived in things like “a previous life”, I’d be tempted to think I was once Conrad Schick, the German explorer, missionary and architect (among other things) who, as a Jerusalem fixture for over 50 years, was predisposed to … Continue reading

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Excavations inside Jaffa Gate, January 2010

The infrastructure work which began in December inside Jaffa Gate –presently stretching from the gate opening itself nearly to Christ Church — is estimated to occupy the next several months, up to a year and a half altogether. Along with the serious … Continue reading

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