What was once Israel’s most visited city with tourists and throngs of people coming to visit the holy sites is now empty thanks to the coronavirus.
Jerusalem has been on a rough ride recently.
What was once Israel’s most visited city, with tourists and throngs of people coming to visit the holy sites, is now empty because the pandemic has forced the Jewish state to close its borders to tourists.
However, Israel is a resilient nation and we know that as soon as possible, Jerusalem will be back to normal!
Here is an inside look of Jerusalem then and now.
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