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040 The Anglican International School

Architect: Arthur Beresford Pite (England), 1897 

Come and discover this compound concealed behind a wall in downtown Jerusalem, which features a horseshoe-shaped building immersed in a shaded garden.  Originally constructed as a modern hospital by the London Society, the building is surrounded by a sprawling garden where medicinal herbs were grown and patients could quietly convalesce.  During the War of Independence, the building served as a temporary facility for Hadassah Hospital and is now an Anglican school. The tours will start with a brief presentation about the history of the building. Tours limited to 25 participants will start every hour on the hour until 14:00. Unescorted tours of the compound will not be possible.

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Reservations not required

Tours for the first 25 people in line. Reservations not required.

Reservations not required
Saturday, 20.11, 10:00-14:00. The last tour starts at 14:00.

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