“The immovable ladder (also known as a status quo ladder) in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem has remained in the same location since the year 1757. The ladder has become the very symbol of “immovable” due to an understanding that no cleric of the six ecumenical Christian orders may move, rearrange, or alter any property without the consent of the other five orders. There are many immovable ladders and sacred cows in our world and President Trump has just moved one of them, Jerusalem status.”, Source: Opinion
A must visit place for foodie in Jerusalem. Mahane Yehuda market is becoming a cult place for Israeli foodies. Israeli chef are moving their restaurants there and fighting for leases. Yet for all newly opened fancy tourist-targeting restaurants there are still a few authentic inxpensive eateries frequented by locals. Watch your pockets when moving around.
Definitely worth a visit even if you are atheist. Top destination for Christian pilgrims. Unmovable ladder story is unforgettable. A lot of crannies and nooks.
The best art and history museum in Israel.
Not a top league museum, nice to see only if you have a spare time in Jerusalem.