Commemorating July 4 in Jaffa in honor of former American President Ulysses S. Grant during his 1878 visit.
Greek-Turkish peace conference under American auspices in Jerusalem’s German Colony.
The American Consulate, which was located inside Jaffa Gate of Jerusalem’s Old City.
It’s a picture of the American Consulate annex on Agron Street, built in 1924.
The United States
All of the Above
The Red and Green lines of Jerusalem’s light rail system.
The armistice lines drawn in 1949 between Israel and Jordanian-held Jerusalem, the areas between the Green line and the Red line are no-man’s land
The routes of the Via Dolorosa according to Catholics (red) and Protestant (green)
The 1947 UN partition plan for Jerusalem
The Jewish Quarter
The Muslim Quarter
The Indian Quarter
The Christian Quarter
The Armenian Quarter
“Corpus separatum” – an international regime for Jerusalem
A split capital between Jews and Arabs
A united city under Jordanian rule
A united city under Israeli sovereignty
Sammy Davis Jr.
Multiple new lines and extensions of Jerusalem's light rail network
The re-development of the entrance to Jerusalem as a global center for commerce and tourism
A high-speed train line between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv
All of the above