The Jerusalem Khan is one of the most enchanting historical sites in the city. The edifice dates back to Ottoman times, when it served as Khan – an inn for overnight stays serving travelers en route to Jerusalem. During the 1970’s, the Khan complex underwent extensive renovation according to plans drawn by preservation architect Nahum Meltzer. Since then the Khan is the permanent home of the Khan Theater – the only creative repertory theater in Jerusalem. The gallery of the Khan overlooks, through a glass wall, the stone-paved courtyard and its ancient olive trees.
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