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Jerusalem’s events are an invitation to tap into the city’s different cultures. Don’t miss the opportunity!
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On Jerusalem’s Cultures & Peoples
The photo was taken by Deena Levenstein at the Inde Pen Dance event on Hahavatzelet St. in 2016. Click here for the Israel Remembrance Day guide The State of Israel is turning 69 and we're pretty happy about that. Some quick math made me realize that Israel was 31...
Whether a seasoned Israeli or a temporary visitor to Israel, you probably will want to experience Israel Remembrance Day and all that entails. Considering that this is a widely commemorated day, it isn’t very difficult to participate, as long as you know a few things in advance.
Holocaust Remembrance Day begins on the eve of Sunday April 23 2017 with a state ceremony at Yad Vashem and talks given by Holocaust survivors around the city.
Hi. My name is Deena Levenstein. I am the founder of the popular Facebook group JLMvibe | Things to do in Jerusalem. I am a social entrepreneur with a focus on my beloved people of Jerusalem and on local initiatives that create meaningful interactions, empower people and make Jerusalem a strong city economically, socially and spiritually.
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All the photos on this page were taken by us at different cultural events around the city. In order the photos are of an A-Wa concert at Liberty Bell Park’s outdoor theater, the Rosenbach Contemporary art gallery and the Yellow Submarine. Just a few of the eclectic cultural options in Jerusalem.
And a special thank you to Aleksandra Wolska for the adorable icons.