in Jerusalem, Israel
- Ben Gurion International Airport (26 mi)
- Bar Yehuda Airfield (32 mi)
- Sde Dov Airport (35 mi)
- Be'er Sheva (Teyman) Airport (44 mi)
- Queen Alia International Airport (46 mi)
- Amman-Marka International Airport (48 mi)
- Haifa International Airport (73 mi)
- Ein Yahav Airfield (79 mi)
- Ovda International Airport (127 mi)
- Damascus International Airport (136 mi)
- Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport (143 mi)
- Birthplace of Jesus: Church of the Nativity and the Pilgrimage Route, Bethlehem (Unesco heritage, 4 mi)
- Palestine: Land of Olives and Vines – Cultural Landscape of Southern Jerusalem, Battir (Unesco heritage, 6 mi)
- Caves of Maresha and Bet-Guvrin in the Judean Lowlands as a Microcosm of the Land of the Caves (Unesco heritage, 22 mi)
- Masada (Unesco heritage, 32 mi)
- White City of Tel-Aviv -- the Modern Movement (Unesco heritage, 33 mi)
- Um er-Rasas (Kastrom Mefa'a) (Unesco heritage, 45 mi)
- Biblical Tels - Megiddo, Hazor, Beer Sheba (Unesco heritage, 57 mi)
- Sites of Human Evolution at Mount Carmel: The Nahal Me’arot / Wadi el-Mughara Caves (Unesco heritage, 64 mi)
- Bahá’i Holy Places in Haifa and the Western Galilee (Unesco heritage, 75 mi)
- Old City of Acre (Unesco heritage, 80 mi)
- Miẕpé Beqoa‘ (observation point, (18 mi)
- Miẕpé Har’el (observation point, (15 mi)
- Miẕpé Neftoaẖ (observation point, (3 mi)
- Miẕpé Kerem (observation point, (3 mi)
- Miẕpé Nof (observation point, (3 mi)
- Miẕpé Massu’a (observation point, (19 mi)
- Miẕpé Modi‘im (observation point, (20 mi)
- Miẕpé Eshta‘ol (observation point, (12 mi)
- Decimal Coordinates (Latitude, Longitude):
- 31.769 and 35.216 (Lat./Lng.)
- Coordinates by Time:
- N 31° 46' 8" and E 35° 12' 58"
- Currency and Currency Code:
- Shekel - ILS
- Spoken languages:
- Hebrew, Arabic, English
- Local electricity:
- 230 V - 50 Hz (plugs: G)
- Mobile phone / cellular frequencies (MHz):
- 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 3G, 4G
- Local Time: 10:04 AM (Tuesday)
- Timezone: Asia/Jerusalem
- UTC/GMT offset: 2 hours
- Sunrise and Sunset:
- 6:16 am and 5:28 pm
- Antipode Coordinates:
- -27.600 and -144.317 (Lat./Lng.)
- Closest place to antipode coordinates:
- This place on Wikipedia
- This place on Geonames.org
Safety Score: 3,0 of 5.0 based on data from 9 authorites. Meaning we advice caution when travelling to Israel.
Travel warnings are updated daily. Source: Travel Warning Israel. Last Update: 2019-02-18 09:03:10
Jerusalem in Jerusalem with it's 801,000 citizens is a place in Israel about nan mi (or nan km) north of Jerusalem, the country's capital city.
Current time in Jerusalem is now 10:04 AM (Tuesday). The local timezone is named Asia / Jerusalem with an UTC offset of 2 hours. We know of 11 airports near Jerusalem, of which 5 are larger airports. The closest airport in Israel is Ben Gurion International Airport in a distance of 26 mi (or 41 km), North-West. Besides the airports, there are other travel options available (check left side).
There are several Unesco world heritage sites nearby. The closest heritage site is Birthplace of Jesus: Church of the Nativity and the Pilgrimage Route, Bethlehem in Palestinian territory at a distance of 4 mi (or 7 km). The closest in Israel is Caves of Maresha and Bet-Guvrin in the Judean Lowlands as a Microcosm of the Land of the Caves in a distance of 22 mi (or 7 km), South. We encountered 8 points of interest in the vicinity of this place. If you need a hotel, we compiled a list of available hotels close to the map centre further down the page.
While being here, you might want to pay a visit to some of the following locations: Jericho, Ramla, Karney Shomron, Ash Shunah al Janubiyah and Al `Arid. To further explore this place, just scroll down and browse the available info. Let's start with some photos from the area.
Hotels and Places to Stay
Inbal Jerusalem Hotel
The King David Jerusalem
The David Citadel Hotel
DAN PANORAMA JERUSALEM
Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem
DAN BOUTIQUE JERUSALEM
HILLEL 11 HOTEL
Dan Boutique Jerusalem
Eldan Hotel Jerusalem
Videos from this area
These are videos related to the place based on their proximity to this place.
Sunrise Stopmotion זריחה מעל מטולה
Sunrise Stopmotion זריחה מעל מטולה חיבור של 900 תמונות סטילס אשר צולמו ב-2010 ממצפה דדו בהר צפיה, מעל מטולה. Time Lapse photography...
Camera: Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH3 Lens: OLYMPUS M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 45mm F1.8 Software: Vegas Pro 12.
Ir David, Jerusalem: Silwan, Shiloach, Givati Parking Lot Archaelolgical Dig, Tunnel from Ir David to Western Wall, Wilson's Arch, Foundations of stairs to Robinson's Arch, Stores along Temple...
View of the City of David (at the Old City of Jerusalem) from the Government House Promenade
Zahi Shaked A tour guide in Israel and his camera firstname.lastname@example.org 9726905522 tel סיור עם מורה הדרך ומדריך הטיולים צחי שקד 0546905522.
tractors for kids die cast WELLY urban city excavator unboxing טרקטור לילדים
There is no child who does not like toys, but what they are actually asking for? They want us to show them toys that are similar in what they do, to the vehicles they see everyday in the streets....
New Travel Aluminum Cigar Cigarette Case Pocket Box Holder
https://www.facebook.com/damienruffryder Designed to hold 20pcs cigarettes (cigarettes are not included) Lightweight and elegant design Cigarette anti-humidification element included Magnetic...
A view of the Old City of Jerusalem & the Mount of Olives from the Tower of David, Jerusalem Israel
Zahi Shaked A tour guide in Israel and his camera email@example.com +972-54-6905522 tel סיור עם מורה הדרך ומדריך הטיולים צחי שקד 0546905522 My name is Zahi...
Simply wow - a huge full moon revealed above the Old City of Jerusalem and the Mount of Olives
Zahi Shaked A tour guide in Israel and his camera firstname.lastname@example.org +972-54-6905522 tel סיור עם מורה הדרך ומדריך הטיולים צחי שקד 0546905522 My name is...
Videos provided by Youtube are under the copyright of their owners.
Attractions and noteworthy things
Distances are based on the centre of the city/town and sightseeing location. This list contains brief abstracts about monuments, holiday activities, national parcs, museums, organisations and more from the area as well as interesting facts about the region itself. Where available, you'll find the corresponding homepage. Otherwise the related wikipedia article.
Valley of Rephaim
Valley of Rephaim -. A valley descending southwest from Jerusalem to the Valley of Elah below, it is an ancient route from the coastal plain to the Judean Hills, probably named after the legendary race of giants.
President of Israel
The President of the State of Israel is the head of state of Israel. The position is largely an apolitical ceremonial figurehead role, with the real executive power lying in the hands of the Prime Minister. The current president is Shimon Peres who took office on 15 July 2007. Presidents are elected by the Knesset for a seven-year term, and are limited to a single term.
Assyrian Siege of Jerusalem
In approximately 701 BCE, Sennacherib, king of Assyria, attacked the fortified cities of Judah, laying siege on Jerusalem, but failed to capture it (it is the only city mentioned as being besieged on Sennacherib's Stele, of which the capture is not mentioned).
L. A. Mayer Institute for Islamic Art
The L.A. Mayer Institute for Islamic Art is a museum in Jerusalem, Israel, established in 1974. It is located in Katamon, down the road from the Jerusalem Theater. The museum houses Islamic pottery, textiles, jewelry, ceremonial objects and other Islamic cultural artifacts. It is not to be confused with the Islamic Museum, Jerusalem.
Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities
The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, based in Jerusalem, was set up in 1961 by the State of Israel to foster contact between scholars from the sciences and humanities in Israel, to advise the government on research projects of national importance, and to promote excellence. It comprises 102 of Israel's most distinguished scholars.
Kehillat Shira Hadasha (שירה חדשה "new song") in Jerusalem was founded in 2002 by a group of Jerusalem residents, including Tova Hartman. Its website describes its purpose as the creation of "a religious community that embraces our commitment to halakha, tefillah and feminism" in response to "the growing need of many religious women and men to readdress the role of women in the synagogue.
Emek Refaim is the main street of the German Colony, a neighborhood in Jerusalem, Israel. It takes its name from the biblical Valley of Rephaim which began its descent from Jerusalem here.
Gaza Street bus bombing
The Gaza Street bus bombing was a suicide bombing on Gaza Street in central Jerusalem, Israel on January 29, 2004. A Palestinian bomber detonated an explosive belt on an Egged bus #19 traveling between the two campuses of Hadassah Medical Center. Eleven passengers were killed and over 50 people were wounded, 13 of them seriously.
The Shalem Center is a Jerusalem research institute that supports academic work in the fields of philosophy, political theory, Jewish and Zionist history, Bible and Talmud, Middle East Studies, archaeology, economics, and strategic studies. The center's request to be allowed to open a college was accepted in January 2013, and it will open an academic institute offering Bachelor's degrees in October 2013.
Talbiya or Talbiyeh, officially Komemiyut, is an upscale neighborhood in Jerusalem, Israel, located between Rehavia and Katamon. It was built in the 1920s and 1930s on land purchased from the Greek Patriarchate. Most of the early residents were affluent Christian Arabs who built elegant homes with Renaissance, Moorish and Arab architectural motifs, surrounded by trees and flowering gardens.
Hartman High School
Hartman High School (officially Charles E. Smith Experimental High School for Boys) is an Orthodox Jewish religious high school in Jerusalem, Israel. The school, affiliated with the Shalom Hartman Institute, is located in Jerusalem's German Colony. It has a student population of 350 in grades 7-12. The principal of the High School is Zvi Yanai, and the principal of the Middle School is Shaul David. Hartman describes its educational philosophy as a "dual embrace of tradition and tolerance.
Great Synagogue (Jerusalem)
The Great Synagogue of Jerusalem,, is located at 56 King George Street, Jerusalem, Israel. Rabbi Zalman Druck Z"l was the spiritual leader from the synagogue's establishment until he died on 11 December 2009. The president of the synagogue is Rabbi Dr. David M. Fuld. As early as 1923 the Chief Rabbis of Israel, Abraham Kook and Jacob Meir, mooted plans for a large central synagogue in Jerusalem.
Van Leer Jerusalem Institute
The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute is an academic institute in Jerusalem established in 1959 by the Van Leer family of the Netherlands. The Van Leer Institute is a center for the interdisciplinary study and discussion of issues related to philosophy, society, culture and education. The goals of the institute are to enhance ethnic and cultural understanding, ease social tensions and promote democratic values through academic research, public policy analysis, advocacy and civil society projects.
Rehavia (also Rechavia) is an upscale Jerusalem neighborhood located between the city center and Talbiya.
Heichal Shlomo located adjacent to the Great Synagogue on King George Street, Jerusalem, was the former seat of the Chief Rabbinate of Israel. The building currently contains the Jewish Heritage Museum, Renanim Synagogue, office space and an auditorium. It is opposite the Leonardo Plaza Hotel Jerusalem. Building was completed in 1958. In 2009, Pope Benedict XVI made a visit to the area.
Kiryat Shmuel, Jerusalem
Kiryat Shmuel is a neighborhood in central Jerusalem, Israel founded in 1926. It is named for Rabbi Samuel Salant, the Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem in 1878-1909. Kiryat Shmuel is located between Rehavia and Katamon.
The Conservative Yeshiva is a co-educational institute for study of traditional Jewish texts in Jerusalem, Israel. The Yeshiva was founded in 1995 and is under the Academic Auspices of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Rosh Yeshivas are Rabbi Shmuel (Richie) Lewis, Rabbi Pesach Schindler and Rabbi Joel Roth. The Yeshiva offers Jews from outside the Orthodox world the opportunity to gain the advanced Jewish learning and communal experiences provided by attending a Yeshiva.
Café Moment bombing
The Café Moment bombing was a Palestinian terrorist attack in a coffee shop in downtown Jerusalem, Israel, on March 9, 2002, in which 11 civilians were killed and 54 wounded.
6th Airborne Division in Palestine
The 6th Airborne Division in Palestine was initially posted to the region as the Imperial Strategic Reserve. It was envisioned as a mobile peace keeping force, positioned to be able to respond quickly to any area of the British Empire. In fact it became involved in an internal security role between 1945 and 1948. Palestine had been a British Mandate since the end of the First World War. Under the terms of the mandate, Great Britain was responsible for the government and security of the country.
The Jerusalem Theater is a center for the performing arts in Jerusalem, Israel. The theater opened in 1971. The complex consists of the Sherover Theatre, which seats 950, the Henry Crown Symphony Hall (home of the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra) with 750 seats, the Rebecca Crown Auditorium, with 450 seats, and the Little Theater with 110 seats. Changing art exhibits are held in the main foyer and other spaces in the building, and a restaurant and bookshop operate on the ground floor.
Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies
The Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies (JIIS) is an independent policy think tank located in the heart of Jerusalem, Israel. The Institute conducts policy studies on Jerusalem, innovation policy (R&D), environmental policy and the management of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The Institute’s studies and recommendations serve as dependable and valuable resources for governmental bodies, leading public institutions, civil organizations and the public.
Beit Aghion, also known as Beit Rosh HaMemshala is the official residence of the Prime Minister of Israel. It is located at 9 Smolenskin street, on the street corner of Balfour street in the upscale Jerusalem neighborhood of Rehavia, situated between the city center and Talbiya neighborhood.
Beit HaNassi, also known as Mishkan HaNassi Hebrew: משכן הנשיא "Presidential Residence" is the official residence of the President of Israel. It is located in the Talbiya neighborhood of Jerusalem, Israel.
Jason's Tomb is a rock-cut tomb dating to the Maccabean period discovered in the Rehavia neighborhood in Jerusalem, Israel. It has been identified as the burial site of Jason, possibly a naval commander, based on the charcoal drawing of two warships discovered in the cave. An inscription states that Jason sailed to the coast of Egypt. Inside the cave are eight burial niches. To make room for additional burials the bones were later removed to the charnel space in front.
Liberty Bell Park
Liberty Bell Park, is a park in Jerusalem containing a replica of the Liberty Bell from which it gets its name. It is located near the Talbiyeh, German Colony, and Yemin Moshe neighborhoods. Founded in 1976 to celebrate the USA's bicentennial and covering 9 acres, it is the most popular park in the city. It include sports facilities, a picnic area, a 1,000-seat amphitheater, a music corner and areas for exhibitions, folk dancing and performances.
These districts belong to Jerusalem.
- Al Musrarah
- Bet HaKerem
- Bet Wegan
- German Colony
- Giv`at Hananya
- Giv`at Mordekhay
- Giv`at Ram
- Giv`at Sha'ul
- Meqor Hayyim
- Newe Sha'anan
- Newe Ya`aqov
- Old City
- Qiryat Moshe
- West Jerusalem
- Yafe Nof
These are districts that are close by, but belong to a different city than Jerusalem.Popular in vicinity
These are some bigger and more relevant cities in the wider vivinity of Jerusalem.
- Karney Shomron
- Ash Shunah al Janubiyah
- Al `Arid
- Tel Aviv
- Al Faysaliyah
- As Salt
- Ghawr al Mazra`ah
- Dayr `Alla
- Al Fuhays
- As Subayhi
- Wadi as Sir
- Umm al Basatin
- Al Mughayyir
- `Ayn al Basha
- Al Qasr
- Al `Abdalli
Jerusalem: Jesuralem, Jerusalem (source)
Beit Ṣafāfā: Jerusalem, Beit Ṣafāfā (source)
Western Wall, Western Wall (source)
Jerusalem: Western Wall, Jerusalem (source)
الصوانة: Jerusalem − The Kotel (הכותל המערבי), Israel, الصوانة (source)
Webcams provided by webcam.travel are under the copyright of their owners.
This is a wider card with supporting text below as a natural lead-in to additional content. This content is a little bit longer.
Beitar Jerusalem Vs Hapoel Raanana
Starting at: 02:00 am (02:00).
More Information: eventful.com.
Beitar Jerusalem Vs Hapoel Tel Aviv
Starting at: 02:00 am (02:00).
More Information: eventful.com.
YEHUDI YESHIVA EXPERIENCE
Starting at: 10:00 pm (22:00).
More Information: eventful.com.
Ngh Records Black Flame Tour
Starting at: 08:30 pm (20:30).
More Information: eventful.com.
Zeal And Fire - COUNCIL OF JERUSALEM 2019
Starting at: 07:00 pm (19:00).
More Information: eventful.com.
Holy Land Eductional Tour 2019
Starting at: 07:30 pm (19:30).
More Information: eventful.com.
This place is known by different names. Here the ones we know:
Yerushalayim, Al Quds, Yirushalāyim, El Quds esh Sherif, El Kuds, Al-Kuds, Kouds, al-Quds aš-Šarīf, Ir Ha-Qodesh, Bayt al-Maqdis, Bayt al-Muqaddas, al-Balat, Ir Ha-Qdoosha, Ir David, Al-Quds, Urušalim, እየሩሳሌም, Cherusalem, Ierusalem, ساليم, مريّا, يبوس, ورشليم, صهيون, اريئيل, إيلياء, لقدس, القدس الشريف, بيت المقدس, البلا, القدس, יְרוּשְׁלֶם, ܐܘܪܫܠܡ, Xerusalén, Байтул Макъдис, Qüds, بیت المقدس, Иерусалим, Herusalem, Горад Іерусалім, Йерусалим, जेरूसलम, Baitul Maqdis, জেরুসালেম, ཇེ་རུ་ས་ལེམ།, Jeruzalem, Jerusalem, Ià-lô-sák-lēng, Къудс-ГӀала, Jerusalen, ئورشەلیم, Qudus, Jeruzalém, Jerozolëma, Їєроусалимъ, Jeriwsalem, Urşelim, ޤުދުސް, Ιερουσαλήμ, Zion, Ariel, Jerusalemo, Jerusalén, Jeruusalemm, اورشلیم, Jerusalemi, Jerúsalem, Jérusalem, Jeruzalim, Iarúsailéim, 耶路撒冷, Herusalẽ, Hierosolyma, Ιεροσόλυμα, Σαλημ, Σολυμα, Μωριας, Ιεβους, Ιερουσαλημ, Ιεροσολυμα, Hierousalēm, Σιων, Αριηλ, Yâ-lu-sat-lâng, Uršalimmu, Shalem, Adonai-jireh, שלם, שָׁלֵם, מוריה, מוֹרִיָּה, יבוס, יְבוּס, ירושלם, יְרוּשָׁלָםִ, יְרוּשָׁלַםִ, יְרוּשָׁלַיִם, ציון, צִיּוֹן, אֵילִיָּה קַפִּיטוֹלִינָה, הַקֹּדֶשׁ, ירושלים, यरुशलम, Jeruzsálem, Երուսաղեմ, JRS, Yerusalem, Gerusalemme, エルサレム, Yérusalem, იერუსალიმი, Al-Qudıs, Orcalim, ເຢຣູຊາເລັມ, ಜೆರುಸಲೆಂ, 예루살렘, Orşelîm, Кудус, Colonia Aelia Capitolina, Salem, Moria, Iebus, Hierusalem, Sion, Aelia Capitolina, Gerüsalem, Yerusalémi, Jeruzalė, Jeruzaleme, Ерусалим, Hiruharama, ജെറുസലേം, जेरुसलेम, Baitulmuqaddis, Jarusalen, ဂျေရုဆလင်မြို့, Iâ-lō͘-sat-léng, Gierusalemme, जेरुसेलम, Jorsala, Jórsalir, Jórsalaborg, Jerusalèm, ଜେରୁସାଲେମ, ਜੇਰੂਸਲਮ, Jerozolima, Gerusalem, یروشلم, Jerusalém, Ierusalim, Єрусалим, Yerusalemu, Girusalemmi, Jerozalė, Ierusalema, Јерусалим, ܨܗܝܘܢ, எருசலேம், జెరూసలేం, Уршалим, เยรูซาเลม, Iýerusalim, Kudüs, قۇدس, Quddus, Jerusalim, Djeruzalem, IJerusalem, Jerúsálẹ́mù