Nachlaot ("Homesteads"), a cluster neighborhood of narrow, winding lanes near Jerusalem’s Machane Yehuda Market, was first built in the 1870s. Today, its stone houses, hidden courtyards and small synagogues provide the backdrop for a youthful creative culture that has made Nachlaot a residential and tourism jewel.

Come along as ISRAEL21c shows you how the old and new, the funky and the traditional, all coexist colorfully in Nachlaot.

Video by Asi Aivas for ISRAEL21c