1969
Old City-Armenian Quarter, Omar Ben el-Khatab Square st.

About the project

David Garden was the first garden created in or near the Old City following the 1967 reunification of Jerusalem. It is located just south of Jaffa Gate, outside the Old City walls. For many years, the garden, which consisted of a stone plaza and landscaping, served as an entry point into the Old City and a resting area for tourists. Later, it began to be used also as a rear entrance into the Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem.

The donors

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