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Ein Kerem is not far away from the Hadassah Hospital with the Chagall Windows in the synagogue. You can visit both places within a few hours. Either is of special interest.
Ein Kerem is particularly attractive because of its churches and because of its geographical...More
interesting churches, especially a Franciscan monastery and Russian Orthodox church. beautiful village. unfortunately, as one sees all over the world, developers are wrecking the area by over-building and straining the small roads in the picturesque village.
This is the place where Mary visited her cousin Elizabeth, the mother of St. John the Baptist. The area is beautiful, peaceful and green. The church of St. John the Baptist is unique, with blue and white tiles on the walls. The walk up to...More
I leave in jerusalem, I drive through ein kerem almost every day, every time I get excited from the beauty of this place. it looks like an old village between the mountains with many atractions and restaurants.
The church of St John the Baptist Church in Ein Kerem is located here and refers to its circumcision on the eighth day of birth or Brit Milah. Tile panels in all languages repeat the same biblical passage. Beautiful view from around and a beautiful...More
Part of Jerusalem today, Ein Kerem is believed to be John the Baptist Birth place.
There are several Catholic and Orthodox Churches there, as well as the famous Mary Well.
The place is green, quiet (in spite of the tourists crowds) and very romantic
Ein Kerem is where one of the Hadassah hospitals is. It is also a nature area. Nearby is a great restaurant called Derech HaGefen which has romantic outdoor/indoor settings and TERRIFIC food. This is a place you'd want to go if you know Jerusalem inside...More