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Next Year in Jerusalem: 3000 Years in the History of the Holy City
Tim Dowley and Heike Goshen with Photography by Max-Moshe and Hilla Jacoby
An Introduction by Teddy Kollek

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Format: Hardcover, 255pp.
ISBN: 1565073428
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers, Inc.
Pub. Date: August 1995

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The streets of Jerusalem echo with laughter and tears after 3,000 years of prophets and priests, kings and commoners. Next Year in Jerusalem explores the nooks and crannies of the Old City and the hearts of those who have lived within its walls.

Oversized book with full-color photos

About the Author

Teddy Kollek was first appointed mayor of Jerusalem in 1965 and served five consecutive terms until 1993. During this time his name became synonymous with the city itslef. To many he is known as the "Heart of Jerusalem."

Table of Contents

The Story of Jerusalem
The Old City and Beyond
The Western Wall
A Hundred Gates
Jesus and Jerusalem
City of Gold, Copper, and Light
Jerusalem a Modern City
An Everlasting Memorial
Feasts and Festivals


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