The meeting will focus on the project's domain defined by WG 2+3
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09:00 - 13:00 WG workshop guided by Bezalel specialists
13:00 - 15:00 Lunch at "Machane Yehuda" market (http://www.machne.co.il/en/category/shuk-map)
14:00 - 16:00 WG workshop
16:00- 17:00 Summary
Sightseeing & Food
The wall was originally erected as part of the expansion of the Second Jewish Temple by Herod the Great, which resulted in the encasement of the natural, steep hill known to Jews and Christians as the Temple Mount, in a large rectangular structure topped by a huge flat platform, thus creating more space for the Temple itself and its auxiliary buildings. The Western Wall is considered holy due to its connection to the Temple Mount. Because of the status quo policy, the Wall is the holiest place where Jews are permitted to pray, though it is not the holiest site in the Jewish faith, which lies behind it.
The shuk offers a huge assortment of products, and derives its color as much from the varied vendors and shoppers as from the bright displays of produce. Customers come from all over Jerusalem, and beyond, representing a broad swath of Israeli society; Jews and Arabs, Ashkenazi Jews and Sephardic Jews, religious, secular, rich and poor – all are represented in the waves of people pushing through the narrow alleys of the market six days a week.