Thursday, March 31, 2011

Photo Gallery: Israel of Yesterday

Found this amazing collection of photos of Israel from the 1960s (source)

Machaneh Yehuda, Jerusalem
Building the Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Jerusalem...Can you guess the area? (mystery 1)

Building the Knesset, Jerusalem.
Note the tiny sign on the right...today, it would have a massive sign...
Nachlaot, Jerusalem


Maabarot - Talpiyot, Jerusalem
Kings Hotel, Jerusalem
Mamila, Jerusalem

Nachlaot, Jerusalem
Machaneh Yehuda, Jerusalem
Tel Aviv


Entrance to Jerusalem on Highway 1, near Givat Shaul
Meah Shearim, Jerusalem (nothing ever changes there...)
Shaar HaAshpot,
the Dung Gate of the Old City of Jerusalem

Binyanei HaUma, Jerusalem




Kiryat HaYovel, Jerusalem



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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mystery Location 1:
It appears to be modern day Kiryat Hamemshalah, i.e. foreign ministry supreme court, bank of Israel etc.

Isreview said...

Really enjoyed these photos, thanks.
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Daniela
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Risa said...

Oy, this makes me feel OLD! This is the way I remember Jerusalem. (Here I am masquerading as an immigrant, lousy accent and all, and you are posting 'historic' pictures which are of the Jerusalem I lived in for the first decade of my life here. When I come to Jerusalem now, I feel like saying 'what have they done with to my city????'

NormanF said...

Israel had two million in the 1960s and its hard to believe how fast the country developed in four decades and its population nearly quadrupled.

There are more Jews living in Israel today than at any time during antiquity and within a generation nearly all of the world's Jews will live there.

Neshama said...

Thanks, I so much enjoy seeing these pictures. It's amazing how much things have changed. Growth, growth and more growth. The beautification of the Middle East.

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