Nachlaot (“Homesteads”), a cluster neighborhood of narrow, winding lanes near Jerusalem’s Machane Yehuda Market, was first built in the 1870s. Today, its stone houses, hidden courtyards and small synagogues provide the backdrop for a youthful creative culture that has made Nachlaot a residential and tourism jewel.

Come along as ISRAEL21c shows you how the old and new, the funky and the traditional, all coexist colorfully in Nachlaot.