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The market in the old city of Jerusalem
The sights and smells and sounds and colors and tastes of the old city are almost intoxicating!
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Wonderful and coherent pictures. Lovely. Thank you for sharing and hosting. Have a great week :DReplyDelete
Indeed the market looks in each picture intoxicating. Colourful, enlivened... wonderful inspirit.ReplyDelete
Hi! Very interesting post! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Nothing beats the "shuk"! Great pictures.ReplyDelete
Great street and cityscape photography. Superb!ReplyDelete
What a large an interesting market! The goods look of good quality and variety.ReplyDelete
Lovely pictures and thanks for hosting. Groetjes, hettyReplyDelete
It looks like a movie set! So exciting and inviting.ReplyDelete
A really nice market. The walk with you through the streets are very exciting.ReplyDelete
wonderful, it must have been a huge pleasure to stroll around.ReplyDelete
Thanks most sincerely for hosting and for sharing such a wonderful post, sweet friend !ReplyDelete
Wishing you the best of weeks,
with sincere gratitude
XOXO Daniela at ~ My little old world ~ (Dany)
That looks so lovely. Buy any treats?ReplyDelete
Fab pictures great colours and good atmosphere :-)ReplyDelete
Have a markettastic week :-)
Great photos and what a great place to visit. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Wonderful market. I can almost smell (and taste) that bread but it is not on my diet!ReplyDelete
Wish I were there right now! Thanks for the party and gorgeous photos!ReplyDelete
I'd love to be exploring through these markets and old streets - and probably getting thoroughly lost in the process - but in a good way. Thanks for sharing with us and for the link up. I am enjoying the series. Happy travels.ReplyDelete
I love old markets like this one. My daughter became the queen of haggling in the markets of Morocco and Dubai.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the link up party... interesting pictures. :)ReplyDelete
Market scenes are so realistic. At least i can say that similar scenes are to be seen in towns, cities and even in metropolis in India.ReplyDelete
I would love to walk and look at all the interesting things and food in the market. Thank you for hosting, Sue!ReplyDelete
The shuk is so gorgeous and colorful!ReplyDelete
What an great market place indeed!...:)JPReplyDelete
What a great place to browse and shop, so many fun things to buy not to mention to experience the culture!ReplyDelete
Thank you for hosting each week!
That looks like an amazing place to be. I love the photos.ReplyDelete
A trip of a lifetime that would be!ReplyDelete
It looks very inviting!ReplyDelete
Beautiful set of images. Thanks for sharing this grand adventure with us.ReplyDelete
Oh wow! You really captured the feeling in your photographs. Blessings!ReplyDelete
The Old City is amazing! I really enjoy walking around it whenever I am in Israel. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, as always, for hosting!
Interesting post. For a second I thought the first picture was of Indiana Jones!ReplyDelete
Happy ww and thanks for hosting!
That's funny, looks like a Souk in Tunisia or Morocco !ReplyDelete
Sue, I like the feel of the open market gives in your photographs. That must have been an interesting experience to stroll along the streets browsing merchandise of the many vendors. The smells were probably awesome. What is that one food vendor peddling, is it bread? Thanks for hosting the WW fun, my friend!ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful place. I love the colors in the market.ReplyDelete
This may be one of my favourite posts of yours, I just love the colours and the different people in these shots. I definitely want to visit Jerusalem one day, it just looks so interesting! - TashaReplyDelete
These photographs are absolutley amazing and capture the essense and culture of this wonderful place. Thank you so much for sharing and hosting!ReplyDelete
Such a colorful market indeed..you got a lot to seeReplyDelete