The city of David
Ir David or the City of David as it is known in English, is the actual location of the Biblical City of Jerusalem captured by King David over 3,000 years ago. The Ir David Foundation, a non-profit organization established in 1986, is dedicated to the preservation and development of the Biblical City of David and its environs.
The Ir David Foundation is committed to continuing King David’s legacy and strengthening Israel’s current and historic connection to Jerusalem through four key initiatives: archaeological excavation, development of tourism, residential revitalization and educational programming.
When David Be'eri (David'le) first visited the City of David in the mid-1980s, the city was in such a state of disrepair and neglect that the former excavations that had once been conducted were once again concealed beneath garbage and waste. The site was almost completely off-limits to tourists for security reasons, and in fact the first visit David'le made to the site was as an undercover commander of an elite military unit. Inspired by the historical record of archeological discoveries made in the City of David in prior years, and by the longing of the Jewish People to return to Zion, David'le left the army to establish the Ir David Foundation in 1986.
Walking with Bulgakov
Also in Jerusalem you can make several trips to the places described in Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita.
Have a look at the most important places from the novel at a single glance on a clickable map of Moscow.