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Description Features an intriguing and concise history of the city of Jerusalem, whose story is one of the richest and longest in the world. This book contains a combination of historically chronological and them... more

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“Jerusalem, City of Hope”

published 07/02/2005

AdvantagesAncient and vibrant, a city that lives simultaneously in and beyond time

DisadvantagesProne to acts of war and other forms of madness

...►►Overview◄◄ Few places on Earth give rise to intense emotion as easily or quickly as Jerusalem. Indeed, even the name one applies to this ancient city can provoke controversy: Whether you choose to call it Yerushalayim, Jerusalem, or Al-Quds can be perceived as a political statement. Certainly there's no shortage of appropriate descriptors to apply to this extra...

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AdvantagesFree, lots to see, plenty of info enhanced by audio tour, impressive and stunning collection

DisadvantagesLots of repeat instruments, audio tour online, no toilets, disabled access limited

...It?s fair to say history as a subject covers quite a wild spectrum of things, some of those things more interesting than others. For example, the history of the spatula probably isn?t going to appeal to too many people whereas science, on the other hand, is always cool what with staring into deep space and blowing things up. ?Gosh?, I hear you cry, ?what if someone were to like totally combine...

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AdvantagesFun and informative


...I bought "Ten Horrible Histories" from a book club we run at school. They cost me £10 for the set which was an excellent bargain. They are marked at £4.99 each. The books are paperback with approximately 127/130 pages in each. They are easy and interesting to read for young children with a reading age of about eight. Boys of this age especially, sometimes find reading boring just as...

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