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Armenia was the first country to recognise Christianity as their offical religion and the Armenians played an important part in Jerusalem since the arly days of Christianity. However, their numbers in Jerusalem have shrunk and, today, this is one of the most peaceful quarters in...More
The Armenian Quarter, is located in the walled city of old Jerusalem through Jaffa gate. It has narrow cobbled streets filled with shops selling rugs , Armenian Ceramics and so on.... There are also some cafes and restaurants. You should visit , walk around and...More
We turned right after entering the Old Town through the Jaffa Gate and found ourselves in the Armenian Quarter. It was late afternoon and many of the tour groups have left and many shops/churches have closed - so it was rather quiet. Nonetheless there were...More
The sights, sounds, and activity in the Armenian Quarter were fascinating. The culture deserves more time that we had to spend. I would have like to walk though and shop, but we only had time to pass through and glimpse.
There are four quarters of the Old City. The Armenian Qtr is the smallest and it seems to be more private. There are a few art shops selling souvenirs, a couple of restaurants, and a few churches whose doors always seemed locked up tight. I...More
It was such an amazing contract between the jewish quarter and the armenian quarter. it was like going from a clean and well kept city to a rubbish heap. I don't get anxious about much but here I kept a close eye on the group,...More
Since your question is in perfect English, I assume you can communicate in English. If that's the case, you don't need any guides. Every body in holy land speaks English, and are happy to help you. Just go and enjoy.