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THE GERMAN HOSPITAL

On the top of Mount of Olives near the southern gate of the Hebrew University,built by the German... read more

Reviewed 7 July 2017
airport2015
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Jerusalem, Israel
Nice compound run German Protestants

A large and nice compound in Jerusalem not too far from the Hebrew Uni. on Mt. Scopus. A nice view... read more

Reviewed 12 September 2015
MichaelEHaifa
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7 Jul 2017
“THE GERMAN HOSPITAL”
12 Sep 2015
“Nice compound run German Protestants”
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Jerusalem 91140, Israel
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Reviewed 7 July 2017

On the top of Mount of Olives near the southern gate of the Hebrew University,built by the German Kaiser Wilhaelm,as German Hospice and named after his wife AUGUSTA VICTORIA Innagurated 1910,Today serves as a local hospitalClimb the landmark high square tower with nice views up...More

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Reviewed 12 September 2015

A large and nice compound in Jerusalem not too far from the Hebrew Uni. on Mt. Scopus. A nice view on the surroundings including the Dead Sea on a nice day. Clean and quite. Very nice church and a small museum recently renovated by the...More

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Reviewed 4 January 2014

we climbed the 200 stairs to the top and the climb was well worth it as at the top there was a breathtaking view of Jerusalem in all directions including the Dead Sea.

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Reviewed 3 November 2013

From the top of the tower there is a very unique view to all 4 directions. Because the church is situated on the eastern ridge you can see on one side the completely dry Judaea desert on the other the "wet" side of the city....More

Thank Eerz
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