Market

Mahane Yehuda Market

Vegetable Stand at Mahane Yehuda Market. Jerusalem, Nov 7, 2019. Photo by Yehonatan Valtser/TPS *** Local Caption *** ???? ????? ? ??? ???? ????? ? ??????? ??????? ????????

Paleo Market / Meat Paleo in Jerusalem

Paleo Market a.k.a. Meat Paleo at the First Station in Jerusalem. Jerusalem, Sep 11, 2017. Photo by Kobi Richter/TPS

2019 Israeli Association of Public Law conference

Avichai Mandelblit, Attorney General of Israel, speaks during The annual conference of The Israeli Association of Public Law, at Dan Hotel in Haifa. Haifa, Jan 3, 2019. Photo by TPS

2019 Israeli Association of Public Law conference

Avichai Mandelblit, Attorney General of Israel, speaks during The annual conference of The Israeli Association of Public Law, at Dan Hotel in Haifa. Haifa, Jan 3, 2019. Photo by TPS

Paleo Market / Meat Paleo in Jerusalem

Paleo Market a.k.a. Meat Paleo at the First Station in Jerusalem. Jerusalem, Sep 11, 2017. Photo by Kobi Richter/TPS

Paleo Market / Meat Paleo in Jerusalem

Paleo Market a.k.a. Meat Paleo at the First Station in Jerusalem. Jerusalem, Sep 11, 2017. Photo by Kobi Richter/TPS

Paleo Market / Meat Paleo in Jerusalem

Paleo Market a.k.a. Meat Paleo at the First Station in Jerusalem. Jerusalem, Sep 11, 2017. Photo by Kobi Richter/TPS

Vegetable Stand at Mahane Yehuda Market

Vegetable Stand at Mahane Yehuda Market on a busy Friday afternoon. Jerusalem, Jul 22, 2016. Photo by Andrew McIntire/TPS

Seeds and Dry Fruit stand at Mahane Yehuda Market

Seeds and Dry Fruit stand on a busy Friday afternoon at Mahane Yehuda Market (The Shuk). Jerusalem, Jul 22, 2016. Photo by Andrew McIntire/TPS *** Local Caption *** גרעינים, פיצוחים ו פירות יבשים מוצעים למכירה ב שוק מחנה יהודה ב ירושלים

Sukkot Four Species Market in Jerusalem

An Orthodox Jew examines a myrtle bough at the four species market in Jerusalem. The four species prescribed by the Torah for waving during the Jewish festival of Sukkot are etrog (citron tree fruit), lulav (date palm tree frond), hadass (myrtle tree boughs), aravah (willow tree branches). The most pious Jews usually look for the most flawless ...