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Modern Jerusalem

Jerusalem is the capital of Israel. Including both Israeli citizens and Arab non-citizens, Jerusalem is the largest city in Israel in both population and area, with 732,100 residents in an area of 125.1 square kilometers (49 sq mi). Located in the Judean Mountains, between the Mediterranean Sea and the northern tip of the Dead Sea, modern Jerusalem has grown up around the Old City.
 
Restaurant in the Kotel Tunnels
Jewish neighborhood in Jerusalem
Arches and lights in the Old City
  Restaurant in the Kotel Tunnels  
  Jewish neighborhood in Jerusalem  
  Arches and lights in the Old City  
Guns and God
Modern Jerusalem
IDF soldiers
  Guns and God  
  Modern Jerusalem  
  IDF soldiers  
Mamilla Shopping Center
  Mamilla Shopping Center  



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