This week in Jerusalem 499731

Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs

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July 14, 2017 17:43
Beit Hakerem

A historic home in Beit Hakerem. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

 
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Climbing vineyard

Have a last look at one of the oldest parts of the Beit Hakerem neighborhood before its character completely changes. The local planning and construction committee at Safra Square has finally – despite the significant opposition and anger of many residents – approved a pinui/binui (evacuation/ construction) plan for Ha’arazim Street.

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