In Jerusalem

Purim and the creative and spiritual pulse of Jerusalem

Jerusalem’s thriving cultural community of artists, musicians and intellectuals not only rivals the creativity of Tel Aviv but is infused with the deep spirituality that comes with living in the Holy City.

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Photo by: DAVID MOR
On Sunday, March 15, the third annual Purim Olam Haba party will take place on the Mamilla Rooftop, graduating from its previous locations of Yemen Moshe and Mount Zion. The party aims to bring together Israelis and olim with a host of attractions including music, art and Jewish learning.

Jerusalem’s thriving cultural community of artists, musicians and intellectuals not only rivals the creativity of Tel Aviv but is infused with the deep spirituality that comes with living in the Holy City.



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