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101.
The State Archives
35 Makor Haim St., 3rd floor, Talpiot
Friday, 4.11, 9:30,   Friday, 4.11, 11:00,   Friday, 4.11, 12:30.  
Tour map
Three sessions at the State Archives, each lasting about an hour. They will include a presentation about the treasures stored in the Archives as well as an exhibit of original documents containing blueprints and construction plans for some of Jerusalem`s buildings and neighborhoods. Among the artifacts that will be on display especially for the tour participants: the pistol that was used to assassinate the late Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rabin, the bullets that were extracted from his body, and a photograph of the page stained with his blood on which the words of the "Song for Peace" were written.
Advance reservations required; each of the 3 tours is limited to 50 participants.
* Entry to the Archives is conditional on presenting an ID card.
 
 
102.
Along the Ruins of the Aqueduct to Jerusalem
Meeting place: the Cinematheque bridge at the end of S.A. Nahon St.
Friday, November 4th, 10:00.  
House for reservationEchologic Tour
Tour map
An opportunity to discover the lower aqueduct that carried water from the Hebron hills to Jerusalem during the Second Temple period, sections of which were recently uncovered. The tour, led by Shahar Poni from the Israel Antiquities Authority, will stop at different points along the aqueduct and talk about the special technological solutions employed by its builders, such as the use of an arched bridge.
The tour lasts about an hour and will end at the Western Wall.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
 
 
103.
The Kaplan Old Yishuv Court Museum
6 Or HaHaim St., Jewish Quarter, The Old City
Friday, November 4th, 10:00-13:00.  
House for reservation
Tour map
An opportunity to visit a museum situated in a building that is more than 500 years old. Through a variety of everyday objects, the museum attempts to capture moments from a world that disappeared after the Jewish Quarter surrendered during the War of Independence in 1948. The Museum also houses the "Mivne Le`Yerushalyim" exhibit (in Hebrew: A Building for Jerusalem) dealing with a group of students who settled in the Jewish Quarter in the winter of 1940 and formed a kind of urban kibbutz. The exhibit includes photographs that depict how the group lived, taken by Yehoshua Markowitz (one of the students), a magic lantern, children`s games, newspapers and books from Jerusalem in the 1940s.
The exhibit`s curator, Ora Pikel-Tsabari, will lead a guided tour at 11:00.
Open house. Reservations not required.
 
 
104.
Peeking From Within
5 Ma’alot Nahalat Shiva, Nahalat Shiva
Saturday, November 5th, 13:00-18:00.  
Tour map
A visit at one of the earliest homes in Nahalat Shiva – a small residence with arched ceilings which was built at the end of the 19th century and for many years was a shop. In honor of Houses From Within, design students from Bezalel and photography students from Hadassah will turn it into an art scene that explores the concept of ‘home.’ There will be displays and installations in the building’s different spaces, some of which can be observed only by peeking through the windows, whereas in other spaces the visitors themselves will become the object being peeked at.
Open house. Reservations not required.
 
 
105.
The "Light in Zamenhof" Community Garden
6 Zamenhof St., Mahane Yisrael
Friday, November 4th, 10:00-17:00; Saturday, November 5th, 10:00-17:00.  
Fit for childrenEchologic TourAccessabile Tour
Tour map
To protest the extensive construction underway in the historic Mahane Yisrael (Hamugrabim) neighborhood, about three years ago its residents established a community garden on what had been a junk lot. They turned it into a blooming grove of fruit trees, spice shrubs and vegetables, making it a small green oasis and a vibrant community gathering place. Different activities will be held at the garden during Houses From Within weekend, all focusing on the community garden’s role as a vehicle for community cohesion.
Open garden. Reservations not required.
 
 
106.
Ein Kerem Strata
Meeting place: next to the Ein Kerem Spring
Saturday, November 5th, 15:00.  
House for reservation
Tour map
Ron Habilio, a documentary filmmaker, Ein Kerem resident and activist in the campaign to preserve the village, will lead this tour that reviews the processes of Ein Kerem’s development from ancient times to the present, and this in light of important archaeological findings that were uncovered in the village in the past two years. The tour will suggest a renewed way of looking at Ein Kerem beyond the strata of time and its cultural wealth, especially in view of the development plans that threaten to revamp it entirely. It will also address the state of the current struggles to preserve Ein Kerem for the future generations.
Open tour. Reservations not required.
 
 
107.
House for reservation
Tour Details
 
 
108.
North African Jewry World Heritage Center
13 HaMa`aravim St. (the entrance is from 12 David HaMelech St. opposite the David Citadel Hotel)
Friday, November 4th, 9:00-11:30.  
Tour map
Architect: Lotan Rotman; Andalusien garden Architects: Kolker-Kolker-Epstein; Atrium design: Eli Moyal (Morocco), 2010
Following extensive renovations and its recent official opening, members of the community will talk about the Center`s expansion project that expert craftsmen from Morocco were actively involved in. The highlight of the renovations is the 10-meter high atrium, designed in a Spanish-Moorish style characteristic of Moroccan architecture, which features plaster decorations and wood engravings.
Open tours. Reservations not required.
* Guided tours will leave from the entrance to the building every half an hour.
 
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