Nahlaot includes 23 courtyards neighborhoods. During the tour, we will wander among the alleys and learn how each courtyard managed to preserve its character for more than 100 years, each and every one and its own story, and in each one there is a synagogue, a water cistern, and a cooking house.
We will tour the court, yards, in which engravings and paintings on stone tell each one' story; a memory of times past.
We hear about Jewish communities that emigrated to Jerusalem from all corners of the earth.
Each with its own version of prayer and melody, wherein Nahlaot, like a patchwork quilt, connects Sephardim and Ashkenazim, Hassidim to Lithuanians, wealthy people, beggars, and intellectuals, spiritual people and religious leaders.
During the tour, we try to understand the connection between the holy neighborhood and the commercial neighborhoods, about cursed houses and blessed homes, and more.
Theater pieces can be included: Joseph Rivlin trying to persuade the Jews to leave the walls of Jerusalem, matchmaker Avrum and his fighting with demons, Rebecca, the richest woman and transportation problems, and more. At the end of the tour, you will visit the colorful Mahane Yehuda market.