Prophets Street

Some days ago I found a book called “Jerusalem” at our library. The book was written by Samy Kahan and tells about the city in the mirror of culture.

The first chapter is like a number of walks on the Prophets Street, made in different times. He stops at Beit Tavor and all other buildings.

One stop is specially interesting for me, that at the former Anglican Complex just opposite the former Italian hospital. The drawing of the Anglican house, build in red bricks, he says was made by Conrad Schick.

The church on the opposite side of the street used to belong to the Anglicans, but is now owned by the Finnish Lutheran Church.

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