Photographer's Note

Once this building was a hospital.

In the WS I show the blue plaque mounted on the side of the gate, an explanatory note about the history of the place:
Built in 1902 as the "Sha'arei-Zedek" Hospital, which in free translation it means "Justice-gates", by its mythological manager Dr. Moshe Wallach, who was dedicated and been living within the hospital premises all his life since, and contributed to the well-being of Jerusalem's residents.
When the hospital moved to a new / modern establishment, it is since hosts the headquarters of the IBA, the Israeli-Broadcasting Authority.
Yet, this edifice has an imposing appearance on Jaffa Street, especially after its renovations lately.
A wider view on yet another WS.

Location along Jaffa st. : 31.787, 35.2082 .
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Additional Photos by Ike Harel (ikeharel) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 13495 W: 642 N: 25939] (109524)
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