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Lodgings in this superb location will have to be luxurious – no entrepreneur would invest money to build just a two-star hotel or hostel for young travelers or pilgrims.

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September 8, 2016 20:44
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Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem

A view of the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)

 
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The Tourism Ministry is seeking to promote major hotel development around the famous and beautiful promenade near East Talpiot, with its magnificent view of the Old City and the Temple Mount. There is no question that the location offers what is probably one the most attractive – one could say hauntingly attractive – views in the world.

Lodgings in this superb location will have to be luxurious – no entrepreneur would invest money to build just a two-star hotel or hostel for young travelers or pilgrims.

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