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Looking at Jerusalem – through numbers
A conversation about Jerusalem with Dr. Maya Choshen is never quite what you might expect. While many people will discuss it from the heart and others will tell you a story or cite from a book, Choshen will make her point with the very latest facts and figures – lots of them.
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The many faces of Jerusalem
One would be hard pressed to find a city more socially diverse than Jerusalem. Just as its structures offer an architectural feast that draw lines through history into modernity, so too can its residents’ assorted cultures tell many stories.
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Defining education in Jerusalem
To be sure, Jerusalem is known for its complexities. It might be argued though that nowhere are they more apparent than in the city’s education system, or rather systems.
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Jerusalem’s tourist draw
Rare is the visitor to Israel who does not make the journey to Jerusalem. In fact, it could be in the running for the city with the greatest pull of all time. People come to see Jerusalem, to feel it, to breathe its air, and just to be.
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Additional Yearbook figures
The Statistical Yearbook of Jerusalem covers a broad range of central themes. Here follows a concise look at some of the others.
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