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Despite the bleak holiday season, the darkened streets of Old City’s Christian Quarter are lit up with numerous strings of colored lights.
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Opponents have panned the Jerusalem cable car proposal as a costly eyesore that will ruin the holy city’s historic landscape.
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The coronavirus pandemic has brought tourism in Jerusalem and all of Israel to a halt.
Jerusalem’s Mahane Yehuda market, ordinarily packed with shoppers and tourists, reopens after lockdown.
“I never had any idea there was any interest in these pictures,” Fendrich said. “All the pictures were headed to a garbage can.”