Ben Yehuda Street

Ben Yehuda Street in Jerusalem, Israel also known as the Midrachov, a combination of midracha (sidewalk) and rechov (street), named after Eliezer Ben Yehuda, who helped recover the Hebrew language during the 19th century. The outdoor Pedestrian Mall  located in the very heart of Jerusalem and runs the streets of Jaffa  and King George to Zion Square.  The most popular destination in Jerusalem with fascinating shopping centers, restaurants, galleries, coffee shops, gift shops, bazaar stores and bars for tourist to enjoy with  famous hotels around for a more relaxing and memorable stay.

Tourist will surely enjoy the place while strolling out in this famous street for someone is always singing, playing violins, guitars and other instruments or just simply lolly gagging through out the day. Even though Ben Yehuda Street has been a a target of several bombing attacks, establishments continues to boom out especially during night time in town.

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