Armenian Quarter, Jerusalem 

At Vespers, Armenian hooded monks chanted in this cathedral, established in the first century.

After the service, I ordered spiced beef wrapped in vine leaves in a yoghurt soup at this Armenian tavern.

In the evening, we sat on the hostel balcony, enjoying the buskers in Zion Square below. Our favourite regular act is a jazz duo with sax and violin, but this flash mob was great.

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