While many people know this city to be an ancient stronghold that was mentioned more than a few times in the Bible, they may not much know what the city looks like today. This famous pilgrimage destination is one of the oldest cities in the world, and has more than 865,000 people currently living within its city borders. While it’s true that Jerusalem is serious about its history and its holy sites, there’s a lot to be said for the modern values of the people who live here today. The sense of belonging and togetherness you’ll find throughout the different communities should be highlighted if you’re planning on a video production in Jerusalem. From the city center to the outermost edges, here are a few options that capture both its sacred significance and the everyday happenings of its residents.
This particular spot may not feature the olive tress it was once named for, but it's still one of the best places to go to film much of Jerusalem's sacred history. Between the Jewish cemetery and the religious churches that cover the area, it's easy to see why this is spot is considered one of the holiest in the world.
This market is excellent for seeing the locals enjoying lunch or street performers at night. Before the Sabbath, everyone has to prepare their homes and their meals to celebrate which makes this market a must for a video production in Jerusalem.
Along with the Dome of the Rock and the Wailing Wall, the Tower of David (sometimes called the Citadel) has great views during the day. There's also the Night Spectacular show, a light and virtual reality extravaganza that would add excitement to any Jerusalem video production.
The Promenade features some of the best sweeping views of the full city by way of its observation terraces, and you may find a few other things to film up there too. If you look on the side of the Tayelet, you may find young children rappelling down the side of it for a little more local color.
For those who want to come to honor the Jewish people, this Holocaust memorial has an impressive collection of information about the horrendous event. It's the world's largest repository, and it was recently renovated to include a new wing from the famous architect Moshe Safdie.
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