Cabinet approves NIS 85m. plan to develop Western Wall

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November 21, 2010 14:57

 
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The Cabinet approved Sunday morning a plan to continue developing the Western Wall plaza and its surroundings, a project requiring an investment of NIS 85 million over 5 years.

The objective of the plan is to conserve and make accessible to the public the archeological findings of the area, to upgrade the infrastructure and transportation surrounding the Western Wall, and to establish relevant educational activities for students and soldiers.

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