cosy and beautiful university campus, lots of trees and flowers, comfortable park benches, hidden romantic spots. Check out the fountain
The Hebrew university with its main buildings between 1948-1967.After the 6 days war the Hebrew University moved back to mount scopus.The National Library is in Givat Ram.
The HU Campus in the Western city,you may combine your visit with the near by Israel Museum,Bible Lands Museum,Bloomfield Science Museum and Kneset. Beautiful gardens,marvelous National Library with some gems like the Kafka collection,Albert Einstein collection Aram Zova Bible ect... Dont miss the synagoge and the marvelous Botanical Gardens
This is the second campus of the University, built in the 1950's after the one on Mt. Scopus was closed. A modern facility in the heart of Jerusalem.
Studied there for a year, still like to visit once in a while. Big place (has some 3 bus stops inside it), lots of green, some interesting buildings and statues. Houses the national library. Not worth a special tour, but a nice place to visit, if you happen to be around and want a break from city views. Also, there... 更多
It's worth the visit, it really is a beautiful campus and it's older than Israel itself! I do recomend that you come by if you have the chance.
Internationaly recognized since 1925 , much before the independence of the State of Israel is a melting pot for students from all over the world . Nice panoramic view from the Mount Scopus .
Hebrew University sits atop a hill. It is beautiful and has many beautiful views of Jerusalem. What an amazing experience to be able to study in such a wonderful environment with such cultural surroundings. I would love to teach a graduate class there.
If you are a scientist or scientifically interested then this a place to visit. You see one of the biggest minds of the 20th century walked over there; mr Albert Einstein himself. and they know it and they show it. He is their pride and they show al kinds of artifacts and photo's of this great mind. Lots of very... 更多