Have You Seen Jerusalem’s New Colors?

When was the last time you walked

through the Jerusalem, Israel streets?

Bigger than life,

Old Knesset building new museum

former Prime Ministers Ben-Gurion and Golda Meir

tower over King George Street.

Behind these decorated tarps,

New Knesett Museum in old building site

the old Knesset Building is getting a make-over.

Until two years ago it housed the Rabbinical Courts,

now it is to become a new Knesset Museum.

Across the street,

the Old Mashbir is also getting a total make-over,

Old Mashbir new WeWork in Jerusalem

and will be the new WeWork office space.

The colors pop out when you turn

to go up Ben Yehuda Street,

not exactly coming up daisies.

Decorated street Ben Yehuda

But with sunflowers and babushkas.

street art Jerusalem Israel Ben Yehdah

plus, colored banners

providing shade on Histadrut Street.

Street decorations Jerusalem Ben Yehuda

Bright Oriental lanterns and a dragon

hover over

Ben Yehuda Street Jerusalem Israel

Ben Yehuda and Ben Hillel Streets.

Mexican sombreros,

Sombreros on Jerusalem Street

are the next great photo op,

Color street art over Ben Yehuda streets

followed by even more color around the next corner.

Yaffo Street Jerusalem Israel

Yaffo Road has the light rail lines,

so no overhead decorations there.

Tourists are around,

tee shirt with pro Israel saying , heart is in Jerusalem

but not in the numbers the shops would like.

If you keep walking.

Umbrellas over Jerusalem street

over to Yoel Salomon Street,

Umbrellas over Yoel Salomon Street

you will find new umbrellas for summer shade.

Pink flowers,

Jerusalem street decoration

cover Shim’on Ben Shetach Street.

While nearby, the Gan Haaztzmaut,

Independence Park, is green.

Independence Park for Jerusalem Film Festival

The grounds are mowed and getting ready for

special new children’s program added this year to

the Jerusalem Film Festival.

With so many new colors on the Jerusalem, Israel streets,

when are you coming to see them?

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