We've set up a camera on top of the Clal Building, so now you can see (a small part of) the view of downtown Jerusalem that you would see if you were up in the Jerusalem Prayer Tower right now!
Due to technical issues, the image only changes once a minute, so don't count on using it to track down that taxi cab.
Lat/Long: 31°47'4.25"N, 35°12'53.50"E
Here's an explanation of what you can see… at least, what you can see when it's daytime over here.
After years of construction, the Jerusalem Light Rail system is up and running. Keep an eye out for the trains on Jaffa St.
You may notice that Jaffa St. looks considerably different in the live view than it does in the explanatory picture below. According to the proposed plans (Hebrew page) by the Jerusalem Municipality, Jaffa St. will be closed off to vehicular traffic from the Clal building (where we are), all the way down past Zion square, to the fork in Jaffa St. where Shlomtzion branches off (the street where the Interior Ministry is located). This stretch of Jaffa St. will be made into an open-air pedestrian mall (like Ben-Yehuda) with rails inlaid in the ground for the new light railway system to pass as well. Construction time is supposed to take 2 years.
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