IN PICTURES: Israel transformed into magical winter land

The Jerusalem Post invites you to feast your eyes on the city of peace under a blanket of snow.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
January 16, 2019 22:50
An orthodox Jew takes pictures of tourists at the Western Wall

An orthodox Jew takes pictures of tourists at the Western Wall. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)

 
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Many people are familiar with the slogan "Follow the sun to Israel;" however, this Wednesday, Israelis were given the delightful gift of snow, hail, and heavy rains. Jerusalem Post staff invites you to enjoy rivers in the desert and a blanket of snow covering the city of peace.

An orthodox Jew takes pictures of tourists at the Western Wall / MARC ISRAEL SELLEM


A note left in the cracks of the Western Wall; a few worshippers braved the cold to pray / MARC ISRAEL SELLEM


Snowfall in a park in Jerusalem / MARC ISRAEL SELLEM


A girl poses for a photo on a riverbank of the flooded Besor stream on a rainy day, near Kibbutz Tze'elim at the Negev desert, Israel January 6, 2018. REUTERS/Amir Cohen


Saar Stream after Thursday's rains, December 20, 2018.  DANNY KARIN/ISRAEL NATURE AND PARKS AUTHORITY

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