An inspired walk to the Kotel set to music - watch

What does the walk from Mamilla shopping center to the Western Wall look like? A short video made by Jan Karnis allows 'Jerusalem Post' readers to see for themselves!

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 4, 2019 09:48
Simchat Torah at the Kotel (Western Wall), Jerusalem, October 2018.

Simchat Torah at the Kotel (Western Wall), Jerusalem, October 2018. . (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)

 
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Jerusalem is one of the rare cities on earth where one can stroll by thousands of years of human history in less than an hour.



In an inspired video set to music by Joseph Mendez, Jan Karnis invites your eyes and ears to join him on a fast-paced stroll from the shopping center to the focus of Jewish worship for thousands of years.

  

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