Events & Activities

Children’s Birthdays

The original railway station in Jerusalem included a two-storey building with two side sections of one floor, a mechanism to change the train’s direction, a shelter and a large water tank. The architecture is influenced by European elements and 19th-century Templars. The building was quite similar to the station in Jaffa, excluding the construction materials – local limestone was used to build the Jerusalem station. Over time, various additions were added such as a thick concrete layer covering the roof to protect from bombardment by Italian air force during the British Mandate.

The original railway station in Jerusalem included a two-storey building with two side sections of one floor, a mechanism to change the train’s direction, a shelter and a large water tank. The architecture is influenced by European elements and 19th-century Templars. The building was quite similar to the station in Jaffa, excluding the construction materials – local limestone was used to build the Jerusalem station. Over time, various additions were added such as a thick concrete layer covering the roof to protect from bombardment by Italian air force during the British Mandate.