The Supreme Court of Israel, Jerusalem

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  • The place is architecturally impressive, but my recommendation is not to come without guidance. The tour illuminates to older and inquisitive children and the general public (but not for families with small children). A tour leaves every day at 11:00 and there is no need for early registration. Our instructor was excellent, a law student in her education with great knowledge and the ability to interest and fascinate for over an hour. The tour deals with the structure itself which is a combination of old and new with interesting motifs in the work of architects, Israel Prize laureates, Ada Horam Carmi. Another wide-range Chopin is an acquaintance with the authorities in Israel, Israel's judicial system and the role of the Supreme Court. At the end of the tour it is recommended for independent tours of the "arches courtyard" which is not included in the tour, and from there you go back to the entrance and go directly to the Rose Garden and to the legislative authority, the Knesset.
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  • Went here last Sunday at 12 pm English tour & if you get off the tram/light rail at the most close stop, it is a 20 nis taxi to the door. It is quite hard to hear the guide as she does not wear a spea...  more »
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  • Won't address what I think about the institution but will talk only about the building, which is absolutely AMAZING. One of the most beautiful architectures in the city and in Israel, with a lot of natural light and a lot of symbols and meaning in how it was built. A gift for any photographer of architecture lover, views on the city and beautiful garden nearby as a bonus (also, worth checking the building from the outside and don't miss the courtyard!). Free daily tours that are open to the general public take place at 11 a.m. in Hebrew and at 12 noon in English. Accessibility: accessible parking, entrance to the building, toilets, water stations, voice guidance system, audio assistance system at the reception, directing signage, audio systems in courtrooms.
  • I believe everyone in Israel's supreme court should watch Lauren Southern's video on why feminism is an antynom for equality. Feminism is a movement for entitlements and supremacy.
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