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1.
The Epstein Family House
110 Hachoresh Road, Ramot neighborhood.
Friday, 19.10, 14:00-17:00,   
Open house.
Architect Randy Epstein, Kolker-Kolker-Epstein Architects, 1983.
An opportunity to peek into the house of architect Randy Epstein, which was planned for his family at the beginning of the eighties.
No need to pre-register.
 
 
2.
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.
Prof. A.S Hartom 24
Friday, 19.10, 9:00-12:00.  
A guided tour by a representative of the plant will leave every 15 minutes. Each tour is limited to 20 participants.
Architect: Zarhi Architects, 2003-2005.
A rare opportunity to peek into one of the largest and most innovative pharmaceutical production plants in the world and to discover how the architecture serves the technology.
* Participation in the tour is conditioned on the agreement to conduct a security check, the presentation of an identity card and a check of baggage. Parking is outside of the area of the plant. Entry will not be allowed with weapons, cameras or other baggage, excluding a small personal bag, and photography is forbidden in the area of the plant.
No need to pre-register.
 
 
3.
The Belz Great Synagogue
6 Dover Shalom Street
Open house. Entry is only in modest dress and with a head covering.
Architect: Yitzchak Blatt, 2000.
Come see the Belz Great Synagogue, the largest synagogue in Israel, and most probably in the world as well, which is built in the inspiration of the synagogue of the city of Belz in Eastern Galicia, which was destroyed in the Holocaust. The synagogue which is built like a temple with an entry hall and galleries for women and for the young holds roughly 10,000 people on the holidays. The temple and the entrance hall were built on five floors of synagogues and study halls that go down the hill of the Belz neighborhood.
No need to pre-register.
 
 
4.
The Meitarim Bridge
At the junction of Herzl and Weitzmann Boulevards (at the entrance to the city from the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv Road).
Friday, 19.10   10:00   11:30  
4 tours by pre-registration, for 25 participants.
Meeting point: The control offices on Herzl Boulevard (south of the site).
A tour of the construction site of one of the most talked about, complex and daring projects that have ever been built in the country, if not in the entire world. Come meet those who are doing the work and hear from them about dealing with the engineering complexity of the construction of the intriguing project.
 
 
 
5.
Finn House / Bracha House
24 Ovadia
Friday, 19.10, 8:00-13:00.  
Open house.
Architect H. Erdreich
A peek into the first house that was built outside of the walls of Jerusalem by Jews and for Jews. At the initiative of James Finn, the British Consul to Jerusalem (1846-1863). The building was used over the years as a house of detention for juvenile criminals, an institution of the mandate government, the headquarters of the “Gadna” and more. Today the building houses a high school for immigrant girls from the former Soviet Union. The visit includes a peak into the Roman Columbarium which was discovered under the building during the renovation of the building.
*Kindly come in modest dress.
No need for pre-registration.
 
 
6.
The Davidoff House
10 David (Habucharim Street), Habucharim neighborhood.
Friday, 19.10, 10:00-12:00.  
Architect unknown, 1916, preservation architect, David Cassuto.
Open house.
An open house in the exquisite house of Yosef Davidoff who was one of the leaders of the Samarkand community, which housed in the 20’s, the Hebrew Gymnasia. The house functions today as an activity center for the residents of the neighborhood, an exhibition of historical pictures of the neighborhood will be presented. Architect David Cassuto, the former Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem, and the person responsible for the neighborhood preservation plan, will guide a tour in the building and will talk about the preservation of the neighborhood and the house.
*Kindly come in modest dress.
No need for pre-registration.
 
 
7.
Preservation in the Bucharim neighborhood
Meeting point, At the entrance to the Davidoff House, 10 David Street
Friday, 19.10, 11:00.  
An open tour guided by Moshe Shapira, the neighborhood’s architect, who will pass through the “palace” (one of the fanciest buildings in the neighborhood which functioned as a guest house and has a room that has been designated for the Messiah when he comes) and in synagogues in the neighborhood. He will discuss the tension that exists between the preservation and development in the ultra orthodox neighborhoods.
* Kindly come in modest dress.

No need for pre-registration

 
 
8.
The Bucharim Neighborhood of Cochava Nussbaum
Meeting point: At the entrance to the Davidoff House, 10 David Street
Friday, 19.10., 10:30.  
An open tour guided by Cochava Nussbaum, who was born in the area in the Bucharim Neighborhood, and in the adjacent Yemenite neighborhood of her childhood.
* Kindly come in modest dress.
No need for pre-registration.
 
 
9.
Bucharim Neighborhood with Itzik Shweiki
Meeting point: At the entrance to the Davidoff House, 10 David Street
Friday, 19.10., 12:00-13:00.  
An open tour guided by Itzik Shweiki, Director of the Council for the Preservation of Sites in Jerusalem, who will deal with issues in the preservation of the Bucharim Neighborhood.
* Kindly come in modest dress.
No need for pre-registration.
 
 
10.
The American Colony Hotel
Louis Vansen (next to Nablus Road)
Friday, 19.10, 10:00   10:40   11:20  
Architect unknown, the fifties of the twentieth century. Additions and interior design:Uri Ponger - 1980`s, Architect Michael Schwartz, 1992-2007.
3 tours by pre-registration for 20 participants.
A peek into the hotel that was originally the castle of Rabah Al-Husseini of the aristocracy of Arab Jerusalem, built around an inner yard with a water fountain in the center. Includes a visit to the historical and new parts of the hotel.
 
 
11.
The Forgotten
Meeting point: 72 Haneviim Street, corner of Strauss Street, next to the Medical Association Building.
Friday, 19.10, 10:00.  
Open tour.
A tour guided by architecture historian, Dr. Edina Meyer-Maril, which will expose the work of architects of the 50’s, Dr. Eugen Stolzer and his wife Judith Segall-Stolzer, and architect Rudolf Reuven Trostler, that planned roughly 150 buildings in Jerusalem, among them the Medical Association Building on Haneviim Street and the Solel Boneh Building on King George Street..
No need to pre-register.
 
 
12.
The Agripas pedestrian mall
Crossing of Even Yisrael and Agripas streets
Friday, 19.10, 9:45.  
Architect: Yaakov Molcho.
A short tour with architect Yaakov Molcho, who will describe the solutions to the challenges of the project, among them the creation of horizontal areas in the downhill street in order to place tables and chairs in the coffee houses, plant plane trees for shade and create corners for spontaneous gatherings. The tour will end in the yard of the Even Yisrael neighborhood which in the framework of the renovation has become a public yard with an amphitheater.
No need to pre-register.
 
 
13.
The pavilion in the Clal Building
97 Jaffa, Clal Building, Floor P1
Friday, 19.10, 9:00-11:00.  
Open house. At 9:00, a meeting with the architect.
Architect: Yaakov Molcho, 2004.
Come discover the impressive and surprising pavilion that is hidden in the basement of the Clal Building. The pavilion was built for the Christian Evangelical Community who are dedicated lovers of Israel, in the space that was used in the past for the Kfir movie theater. In the auditorium there are advanced technological devices for light and sound as well as a stage that changes its shape according to need.
No need to pre-register.
 
 
14.
The Holman Hunt / Dr. Kagan House
64 Hanevi’im
Friday, 19.10, 14:00-17:00.  
Open house.
The planning is attributed to Conrad Schick, 1870.
A historical house for preservation, built by a British artist, who came to the country in order to paint in the inspiration of the life of Jesus. One of the first houses outside the walls on Hanevi’im street. Among others, Dr. Helen Kagan, the first pediatrician in Jerusalem and the poet Rachel, who wrote the “Pear Tree” poem, about the tree in the yard, lived in the complex.
No need to pre-register.
 
 
15.
Thabor House
58 Hanevi’im
Friday, 19.10, 12:00-17:00, Saturday, 20.10, 10:00-15:00.  
Conrad Schick, 1882-1889
An open house in a building that was crowned at the time by the late Teddy Kollek as “the most beautiful house in Jerusalem”, it functions today as a Swedish theological institute. The house was originally built for Conrad Schick’s family and designed by him.
The visit includes entry to the intimate garden, the salon and to the lecture hall. Every hour on the hour a film will be shown on the history of the building.
 
 
16.
The Ticho House
9 Harav Kook
Friday, 19.10., 10:00-14:00.  
Open house.
At 12:30 a guided tour with preservation architect David Kroyanker, limited to 30 participants.
Architect unknown, 1864. Preservation architect, David Kroyanker, 1984.
Open house in the museum that was established in the former house of eye doctor Dr. Ticho and his artist wife, Anna Ticho. The tour will include explanations on the architectural history of the house, including the renovation and making it into a museum.
No need for pre-registration.
 
 
17.
The Jerusalem Center for Near East Studies
Mount Scopus (next to the Augusta Victoria Hospital).
Friday, 19.10, 10:00   10:30   11:00   11:30   14:00   14:30   15:00   15:30  
8 tours by pre-registration for 50 participants.
Architect David Resnik together with architect Frank Ferguson, 1987.
A tour in one of the most impressive building built in the country, whose amazing spaces create a harmonious composition, which is created in part by the view of the Old City that is visible from every angle of the building. An opportunity to experience moving architecture.
 Tours in English
 
 
18.
Monuments in the Russian Compound
Meeting point: 13 Heleni Hamalka Street, the Russian Compound.
Saturday, 20.10, 11:00.  
A  tour in the Sergey Yard and in the Russian Compound.
A tour guided by Itzik Shweiki, Director of the Council for the Preservation of Sites in Jerusalem, in the Russian Compound and in the Sergey Yard, which will go through the buildings intended for preservation in the compound, among them the Sergey Yard, the church, the gates, the men’s guest house, the Avihail Hospital and more.
 
 
 
19.
Sergey’s Yard
13 Heleni Hamalka
Friday, 19.10, 9:00-15:00, Saturday, 20.10, 10:00-14:00.  
Open house and guided tours every full hour between 11:00-13:00, for 40 participants.
Architect Frank Gia, 1890.
An open house and guided tours in a building that is used as the home of the Society for the Protection of Nature and the Council for the Preservation of Sites in Jerusalem. One of the houses in Jerusalem most famous for its beauty, which was used in the past as a guest house for Russian pilgrims and even captured Putin’s heart during his last visit to Israel.
The tours will be guided by guides of the Society for the Protection of Nature.
No need to pre-register.
 
 
20.
lectures in Sergey’s Yard.
13 Heleni Hamalka
Saturday, 20.10 13:00  
The Society for the Protection of Nature is organizing a lecture marathon on sustainable    construction:
Friday, 19.10,
11:00, Amir Yechieli a lecture on collection of rain water and using them for irrigation; 13:00 Valentina Nellin, a consultant on green construction, a lecture of on green construction in Israel and around the world.
11:00-14:00 a Free-Friday market in the yard with activities for children on green subjects.
Saturday, 20.10
13:00, architect Assaf Shalit a lecture on green construction.
No need to pre-register.
 
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