Jerusalem Photo Gallery
Jerusalem Travel Photography Gallery
Cultural nest of the World.
“ In Haifa we work, in Tel Aviv we have fun and in Jerusalem we pray “ as some locals told us.
Indeed, days in the old city of Jerusalem seem to be quite paced by the different devotional rituals, practices and teachings. Jewish, Muslims and Christians : for all of them, the ancient city has a different meaning but a same very Holy character. A city three times Holy!
Full of history and contrasts, Jerusalem is absolutely fascinating for both religious and cultural reasons.
Universal ancient roots.
There are few cities in the World that shake you so much you feel homesick after you left them. Cities that give you a feeling of familiarity, belonging and love. Jerusalem has definitely been one of those for us!
From the very first moment, we were at home. A new home, an ancient home…
The Old City : 4 quarters, 4 cultures.
Everything actually overpasses our expectations. Especially the old city, within the citadel, entirely made of stone buildings and very well maintained.
A maze of narrow streets, built on levels, that hide real gems on each corner of its 4 quarters : the Jewish, the Christian, the Muslim and the Orthodox Quarter. Each one of them having its own identity, soul and culture.
Jerusalem is a fascinating trip into a place where time seems to have stopped. A jumps in Time and a cultural immersion into this religious nest of the World.
Travel Photography complete diversity.
It is therefore, quite easy to understand why Travel Photography in Jerusalem is truly captivating! You have everything that fulfills a travel photographer : the architecture, the street life, the traditions and religions. Not to forget the incredible variety of faces that compose Israel, from the most Irish and Russian features to the African, Ethiopian ones.
Absolutely fascinating and rich!!
A fragile cohabitation…
A blend of diversity, culture and religion which attracts so much the traveller. The same reasons however, that divide the country, still today…
Let’s hope one day, a compromise will be found for the whole country to live in Peace and Harmony.