Gerard Behar Centre
Built by the Syrian Halebi Congregation in 1901, this synagogue was named for Ovadia and Yosef Ades, the Aleppo brothers who financed...
Founded in the 1860s, this neighbourhood south of the Mahane Yehuda Market is a warren of narrow alleys where a number of old synagogues...
Israel's first Reform synagogue, founded in 1958.
A good place to hear jazz; jam sessions take place every Friday from 2.30pm to 5.30pm.
Choose your pasta (penne, fettucine, fusilli) and then a sauce (there are nine options) and the chefs at this pasta eatery will serve...
11 Bezalel St · interesting places nearby
Gerard Behar Centre information
Morning and evening Hebrew-language classes with ongoing enrolment.