Monastery of the Cross
This Eastern Orthodox monastery may look like a majestic ruin, but it's still the home to a tight-knit community of monks. Built in the eleventh century, this hidden gem features a fascinating museum and absolutely stunning interior. After your tour, take a stroll around the romantic, overgrown…
real nature in the middle of the city... walking trails to Sacher Garden, to the museum- you can bike from here even to tel aviv on one trail!
Where the tree that Jesus' cross was built from grew, is a medeivel monastery surrounded by a lovely green valley.
The monastery was built in the 11th century. It is believed that the site was originally consecrated in the 4th century under the instruction of the Roman emperor Constantine the Great
“The most romantic place . Panorama to old city located in Mamila hotel near new gate ”
“Excellent Hummus right around the corner, along with other middle eastern dishes.”
“A nice street The German Colony is a neighborhood in Jerusalem, established in the second half of the 19th century by members of the German Temple Society. Today the Moshava, as it is popularly known, is an upscale neighborhood bisected by Emek Refaim Street, an avenue lined with trendy shops, restaurants and cafes.”