St. George’s Pilgrim Guesthouse, Jerusalem

St. George compound is the largest of Jerusalem’s religious and civic institutions built along Nablus Road, the historical north entrance to the Old City. On St. George’s compound main courtyard abutting the 1899 St. George Cathedral, the guest house with its 25 rooms was built to serve Jerusalem’s pilgrimage. The addition of 20 rooms and common facilities aims to create another enclosed courtyard surrounded by a two-level cloister connecting all rooms echoing the compound’s unique colonial Tudor architecture.


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The Anglican Church