Here’s some pictures of Kever Shmuel – the holy resting place of the biblical prophet Samuel. The angle of the picture shows parts of the Har Hotzvim Jerusalem Bio-Technology Park, and the Ramot neighborhoods of Jerusalem. (It’s worth noting Ramot is considered “across the line”, meaning 5 blocks over is considered by someone looking at a map of where things were in 1947 to be territory of a different country.)
Zooming in a bit we see Teva, a drug manufacturer (keeping down U.S. drug costs by making low cost generics of high quality), followed by the new Ramot mall on the right, and a new school in upper Ramot. The left is the older Ramot neighborhoods, over 20 years old.
Zooming as much as was possible from where I was and the camera I had…
The old, the new, the holy, the mundane, together every day in Jerusalem.