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Jerusalem, the eternal Jewish capital, is the world's most important centre for Jewish religion and culture. It is hard to find a restaurant or hotel that is not kosher in Jerusalem.


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Jerusalem is a predominantly orthodox-religious city and most shops/groceries in Jerusalem are kosher – with the notable exception of shops owned by non-Jews. Thanks to its unique atmosphere, Jerusalem is an ideal place to spend Passover/Pesach holidays.


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Area code: +972 for Israel and 2 for Jerusalem

Almost all major Jewish organizations have either HQ's or representation in Jerusalem. Of the myriad Jewish communities in Jerusalem virtually all are orthodox or ultra-orthodox, representing variety of traditions and customs (minhagim).



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