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Rockefeller Museum
27 Sultan Suleiman St.
Saturday, November 5th, 10:00, 10:45, 11:30 and 12:15.   8 open tours, limited to 20 participants on a first come, first served basis.  
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Architect: Austen St. Barbe Harrison, 1935
Tours at one of Jerusalem`s most exquisite buildings, which will tell the story of this grand structure which is the Rockefeller Museum – the first building in the country that was designed to be a national museum. The tours will address the unique architectural qualities of the building that was constructed with a dual purpose in mind: a museum and the headquarters of the institution that manages the country`s archaeological affairs. Mention will be made of the architectural solutions that were devised in order to fulfill these two roles, such as the cork floor, the tall ceilings, the inner courtyards, etc.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
The Jerusalem Center for Near East Studies
Hadassah Lampel St., Mount of Olives
Friday, November 4th, 10:00, 10:30, 11:00,   11:30, 14:00, 14:30, 15:00 and 15:30.  
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The Jerusalem Center for Near East Studies (Brigham Young University)
Hadassah Lampel St., Mount of Olives
Architect: David Reznik in cooperation with the architect, Franklin Fergusson, 1988
One of the most beautiful and impressive buildings constructed in Israel since the 1980s. Surrounded by a garden containing plants that were common in the Biblical period, nearly every spot in the building offers a panoramic view of the Old City. The tours will include a brief video, an explanation about the building, and a taste of organ music, and offer an opportunity to witness exciting architecture first hand. Conducted in English, each tour will be limited to the first 55 people in line.
8 open tours. Reservations not required.
* A guided tour will leave from the entrance to the building every 30 minutes.
Custody of the Holy Land (Custodia di Terra Santa)
Meeting place: the New Gate, the Old City
Saturday, November 5th, 14:30,   Saturday, November 5th, 15:30.  
House for reservationInaccessabile Tour
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Guided tours of the monastery compound, which has been the Franciscans` center in the Holy Land since the 16th century. The compound houses an active monastery, an Italian church decorated with frescos and stained glass windows dating back to 1885 (San Salvatore Church), a school for members of the community, and more. The tours will also include the recently renovated office area, illustrating how a building from the 16th century can change organically to meet the needs of its users.
Advance reservations required; each of the  tours is limited to 30 participants.
The Herodian Quarter (Wahl Archaeological Museum)
1 HaKaraim, St., Jewish Quarter, The Old City
Friday, November 4th, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00 and 13:00.   
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Museum architect: Peter Bogod, 1987
There will be guided tours at this museum which was built around the homes of priests from the Second Temple period. The six homes, which were uncovered during excavations at the end of the 1960s, were built on the slope of a hill that looks out at the Temple Mount. Apparently two-story structures when first built, the homes were occupied by Jerusalem`s aristocracy. They were constructed in a Hellenist-Roman style that was prevalent in that period. Even though the cellars are the only sections which have survived, they attest to the comfortable financial position of the occupants and afford a glimpse of their lifestyle during those times.
At 11:30, there will be a lecture in the auditorium by the archaeologist Dr. Hillel Geva, who took part in the Jewish Quarter excavations.
4 open tours. Reservations not required.
Church of the Redeemer
Muristan Rd. and the corner of the Dyes Market, Christian Quarter, The Old City
Saturday, November 5th, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00 and 12:00.  
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Architects: Paul Ferdinand Groth and Friedrich Adler, 1898
Guided tours with members of the church`s staff at a compound built on the ruins of a Crusader monastery. It contains a neo-Romanesque white stone church, rooms for reflection, and a cloister (a courtyard surrounded by pillars). The compound has belonged to the German Evangelical Lutheran Church since 1869.
Four tours limited to 50 participants each, on a first come, first served basis. 
Reservations not required.
From Classicism to Neoclassicism in the Old City
Meeting place: Almshouse Square, the Jewish Quarter
Saturday, November 5th, 8:30.  
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A tour led by Rafi Kfir which will focus on the fascinating architecture that characterized construction inside the Old City walls for many generations, starting in the Roman and Byzantine periods and up to the 19th century. Among others, the tour will stop at the following sites: the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Latin Patriarchate, San Salvador Monastery, Church of the Redeemer, and the Cardo.
The tour lasts about 2 hours.
Advance reservations required; the tour is limited to 35 participants.
Dormition Abbey
Mount Zion, opposite Zion Gate
Saturday, November 5th, 10:00, 11:00, 15:00 and 16:00.  
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Architect: Heinrich Renard, 1905
Tours of this magnificent church, whose construction was commissioned by Kaiser Wilhelm II and his wife Augusta Victoria as a gift to the city of Jerusalem. Since its founding the church has served the Benedictine monastic order. The architect incorporated Art Nouveau motifs in its design as well as intricate stone carvings.
The tours include entrance to the crypt (the underground church) and a short music selection performed on a small Gregorian organ. The tours will be led by Gunther Zener, a member of the parish.
Open tours. Reservations not required.
Safra Campus at Givat Ram
Meeting place: the northern vehicle entrance, next to the Administration Building and bus stops
Saturday, November 5th, 11:00-13:00.  
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A tour of the Hebrew University`s Givat Ram campus, which is considered one of the highlights of local modern architecture.   The tour will recount the story of how the campus and its different buildings were erected, including the National Library and the domed synagogue. It will talk about the master plan for the campus which, among others, takes into account Jerusalem`s hilly landscape and the role of the campus as an unfettered, edifying and inviting gathering place for students and faculty alike. The tour will be led by Dr. Diana Dolev, whose Ph.D. dissertation deals with the Hebrew University`s campuses.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
The First "Live Structure" in Israel
The Jerusalem Bird Observatory, James Rothschild Blvd., Kiryat HaLeom
Friday, November 4th, 9:00-13:00; Saturday, November 5th, 9:00-13:00.    Guided tours will start every hour on the hour.  
Fit for childrenEchologic Tour
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Architects: Weinstein Vadia Architects, 2009
An opportunity to learn about this unique "live structure" located at the Jerusalem Bird Observatory. The only one of its kind in Israel, it is an urban-community nature site devoted to the study of avian behavior in a city setting. The tours include a view of the flora and fauna system incorporated in the structure`s walls and roof, in addition to a guided view of the different natural habitats and wild animals found in the observatory`s domain – seen from a concealed lookout point.
Open house and open tours. Reservations not required.
Mazia House
18 Mesilat Yesharim St., City Center
Friday, November 4th, 10:00-12:00.  
House for reservationAccessabile Tour
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Architect: unknown, the middle of the 19th century; Preservation architect: Avi Nagari, 2011
An open house at the fringe theater center which works out of Mazia House – an Arab urban-style villa that was purchased in 1902 by Dr. Aharon Meir Mazia – a physician, citrus grower, president of the Hebrew Language Council, and one of the revivers of modern day Hebrew. Hayyim Nahman Bialik and Shaul Tchernikovsky were frequent guests of the Mazias, who lived in the house until the 1930s. The building later served as a school, and after was abandoned for several years. The building`s renovation and conversion into a theater center were carried out further to an initiative by the Jerusalem Development Authority and two municipal companies, "Eden" and "Moriah." The visits will include a brief explanation about the history of the building (in the lobby), followed by a look at the rehearsal rooms used by the theater companies who work there today.
Open house. Reservations not required.
Schatz House
3 Bezalel St.
Friday, 4.11, 9:00,   Friday, 4.11, 9:45,   Friday, 4.11, 10:30,   Friday, 4.11, 11:15,   Friday, 4.11, 12:00,   Friday, 4.11, 12:45,   Friday, 4.11, 13:30,  
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Architect: unknown, 1908-1915
A glimpse of the compound where members of the Schatz family lived and worked in the 20th century. It is located next to the Bezalel Academy of Art, which was founded by the head of the family, Prof. Boris Schatz. His wife, Olga Pavzner, and their children, Bezalel and Zohara, all lived in the compound, and it also housed Boris`s private studio. Led by Jimmy Levinson who is a descendant of the family and the executor of the estate, the tours will include a brief explanation about the compound, a tour of the house, and a short film about Schatz.
Advance reservations required; each of the 7 tours is limited to 20 participants.
Between the Public Space and Artistic Inspiration
Meeting place: 20 Shmuel Hanagid St. and the corner of 1 Narkis St.
Saturday, November 5th, 11:00.   
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Tzipi Ron, an environmental activist and public representative on the Urban Preservation Council, will lead a tour at Independence Park and its vicinity that traces the works of the architect and painter David Anatol Brutzkus, the architect A. Kutcher, the artists Ludwig Blum and Helen Barlev, and other creators. The tour will address the history of the park since its establishment, its values as a public space in downtown Jerusalem, and the inspiration it gave to creators and intellectuals working in the city.
The tour is limited to 30 participants, on a first come, first served basis. 
Reservations not required.
"Designing in the City"
7 Bezalel St.
Friday, November 4th, 13:00, 14:00 and 15:0  
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Interior architecture: o2a Studio, 2011
Boaz Bar Hillel, the director of the Jerusalem Center of Design at the Jerusalem Development Authority, and the architects Amit Mandelkern and Omer Barr from o2a Studio, will present the innovative project initiated and established by the Jerusalem Development Authority and the Jerusalem Center of Design in cooperation with Ariel Ltd. – a project intended to serve as a design, production and sales center for 20 young designers who live in Jerusalem. The tour will address the following topics: the goals of the project and its unique needs, the different transformations that the venture has undergone, starting from its first attempt at the market-mall and up to the present, and the design solutions devised by the Center`s planning team that necessitated maximum visibility for each of the designers, while maintaining the option of working in a private setting and the use of building materials suitable to different kinds of works.
Open sessions. Reservations not required.
The Jerusalem Triangle: An Urban Biography
Meeting place: Beit HaMa’alot, the corner of HaMa’alot St. and King George St.
Saturday, November 5th, 8:30.  
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The architect and architecture researcher, David Kroyanker, will lead this tour further to the publication of his book “The Jerusalem Triangle: An Urban Biography.” The book recounts the story of the main triangle of streets in Jerusalem comprised of Jaffa Road, King George Street and Ben Yehuda Street. During the tour Kroyanker will talk about the impressive, polished and innovative architecture that was created in this triangle. which constituted the city’s commercial, cultural and economic center between the 1930s and the end of the 1960s.
Advance reservations required; the tour is limited to 30 participants.
The Jewish Agency
48 King George St. and the corner of Keren Kayemet St.
Friday, November 4th, 8:30, 9:30, 10:30, 11:30, 12:30 and 13:30.  
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Architect: Yohanan Ratner; constructed in stages between 1928 and 1936
A tour of one of the most important and formative buildings of the pre-State and post-State periods in the country, whose International Style architecture reflects the values of modernism on which the State of Israel was founded. 
The building, which was constructed following an architectural competition, consists of three wings – the Jewish Agency for Israel, the United Jewish Appeal, and the Jewish National Fund – which together form a spacious and monumental entranceway concourse despite the building`s modest two-story height.
The tour includes an explanation about the Jewish Agency`s current activities, which are designed to reinforce the bond between Jews in the Diaspora and in Israel, as well as a short film dealing with the history of the building. Participants will also be afforded a glimpse of the Agency`s archival treasures, such as the Golden Books (100 year-old donor books). The tour will stop at the room where the first government meetings were held, Ben Gurion`s office (who was appointed chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive in 1935, after which the building served as the seat of the soon to be established government), and the hall where Israel`s first President, Chaim Weizmann, was sworn in.
Six tours limited to 20 participants each, on a first come, first served basis. Reservations not required.
 * Participants will be required to present and leave their ID cards at the entrance to the building.
Beit Avi Chai
44 King George St.
Friday, November 4th, 10:00,   Friday, November 4th, 11:00.  
Accessabile Tour
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Architects: Ada Carmi Melamed Architects; Lead architect: Ofer Arusi, 2006
Come and hear about the planning of the Avi Chai Foundation`s new and impressive center from its architect Ada Carmi, an Israel Prize recipient. The building plays both a public and a private role. On the one hand, it is a Jewish-Israeli cultural center – consisting of a library, classrooms and auditorium, and on the other, it is serves as the Foundation`s headquarters in Israel, facing an inner courtyard whose components all conduct a dialog with it.
Advance reservations required; the tours are limited to 40 participants in each tour.
Yigal Arnon & Co. Law Firm
31 Hillel St. and 14-16 Solomon St., Nachlat Shiva
Saturday, November 5th, 10:30,    Saturday, November 5th, 11:30,   Saturday, November 5th, 12:30.  
House for reservationInaccessabile Tour
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Renovation architect: Dafna Arnon, 1994-2004
An opportunity to visit the offices of the Yigal Arnon law firm which are located in a complex of buildings designated for preservation in Nachlat Shiva.   The tour, led by the architect Dafna Arnon, will explain how these former Ottoman residences, dating back to the early 20th century, were converted into modern offices. She will also focus on how the two separate buildings were transformed into a complex that maintains synergy with the surrounding neighborhood – through, among others, an inner courtyard. A variety of modern art works from the Arnie Druck collection are on display in the buildings.
Advance reservations required; each of the three tours is limited to 30 participants.
U. Nahon Museum of Italian Jewish Art
27 Hillel St.
Friday, 4.11, 10:00,   Friday, 4.11, 11:00.  
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Architect: Theodor Sandel, 1865-1887
A visit at this Neo-Gothic style building that also incorporates Neo-Renaissance elements. It was built by the German Catholic Society of the Holy Land as a hostel for pilgrims and as a school for girls. It is now home to the Museum of Italian Jewish Art and the Conegliano Synagogue. The visit includes the museum`s exhibitions and the exquisite ancient synagogue.
Advance reservations are required for the 2 guided tours that will be conducted at 10:00 and 11:00; each is limited to 40 participants.
The museum will be open to the public from 9:30-13:00. No registration needed.
The Jerusalem Municipality Building
Meeting place: next to the palm trees at the entrance to Safra Square
Friday, 4.11, 10:00,    Friday, 4.11, 12:00.  
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Architect: Jack A. Diamond, Kolker-Kolker-Epstein; Preservation architect: Peter Bogod, 1992
A tour of the Jerusalem Municipality which includes the city council chamber, a view of the Jerusalem landscape, and a visit at the historic municipality building that was built by the British in the 1930s, which later housed the offices of Mayor Teddy Kollek for 28 years.
Advance reservations required; each of the 2 tours is limited to 40 participants.
Museum of the Underground Prisoners
1 Mishol HaGvura, Russian Compound
Friday, November 4th, 9:00-13:00.  
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Architect: Martin Ivanovich Eppinger, 1864
An open house at one of the most impressive sites in the city, which originally served as a hostel for Russian pilgrims visiting the Holy Land. During the British Mandate period it was converted into a prison where members of the Jewish underground movements were incarcerated. In Its current, third `reincarnation`, the building is a museum devoted to the struggle of the underground movements to establish the State of Israel. The prison and prison cells, the workshops, synagogue, solitary confinement cells, and gallows from the Mandate period have all been restored.
* Tours with an emphasis on preservation and architecture at the Museum and the Russian Compound, led by the Museum Director, Yoram Tamir, will take place at 10:00 and at 12:00. These tours will last about two hours.
Open house. Reservations not required.
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