Established by the German Templars in 1868, the German Colony was built with narrow streets, stone fences, pine and cypress wood thatched rooftops and a bounty of greenery. Emek Refaim street, which expands on both side of the neighborhood, is one of the most popular streets in Jerusalem, with a cosmopolitan flavor, stylish boutiques, restaurants and lively coffee shops
The German Colony is located in southern Jerusalem, a short walk away from great cultural spots like the Jerusalem Theatre, the Islamic Museum and the Natural Science Museum. It is also a few minutes walk away from the Old City. In the German Colony you can find two high schools, a grammar school, preschools, medical centers, community centers and various synagogues of different denominations serving the many immigrants from France and the United States living in the area.
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