This week is in Jerusalem

Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.

July 10, 2016 13:33
Hahavatzelet Street Jerusalem

Summer is bursting out all over on Hahavatzelet Street. (photo credit: ERICA SCHACHNE)


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... and the living is not always easy, but it certainly will be colorful. We’ve had 25,000 butterflies affixed all over Bezalel and Shmuel Hanagid streets, and now it’s time for umbrellas, flowers and Chinese lanterns to hang above most of the city center’s streets. And they will not be alone. During July and August, there will be an international aura almost everywhere we look.


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