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Sign: Jerusalem - Heritage Sites in Israel - August Lendholt House

Emek Refa’im St 7, Jerusalem, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל המועצה לשימור אתרי מורשת בישראל
סמל העיר ירושלים
סמל משרד התרבות והספורט
סמל הרשות לפיתוח ירושלים
סמל משרד ירושלים ומורשת

בית אוגוסט לנדהולט
המבנה נבנה בשנת 1875. הקומה העליונה שימשה בית מגורים ופנסיון למשפחת לנדהולט, בקומה התחתונה פעל בית מרזח לבירה, אחד הבודדים בירושלים באותה תקופה. המבנה זכה לתיאור משעשע בספרו של ש"י עגנון ’תמול שלשוםי המכונה ’בית המרזח של ריכרד וגנר’.

بيت أوغوسط لاندهولط
أقيم عام ١٨٧٥. كان الطابق العلوي دار عائلة لاندهولط وفندق . أما الطابق الأول فكان حانة للبيرة ذكرها الكاتب عجنون في روايته " تمول شلشوم

Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Heritage Sites in Israel
The emblem of the city of Jerusalem
Symbol of the Ministry of Culture and Sports
Symbol of the Jerusalem Development Authority
Emblem of the Ministry of Jerusalem and Heritage

Built in 1875 as the family residence with a hostel on the second floor, while the first floor was a beer tavern mentioned in Agnon’s novel Only Yesterday.
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The sign shape is rectangular but its head is designed according to the silhouette of the old building of the Gymnasia Herzliya, which serves as a logo of the Council for the Preservation of Heritage Sites in Israel

The building was photographed that day Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign:
[The text in English is significantly shorter than the text in Hebrew, below is a translation of the Hebrew text]
The building was built in 1875. The upper floor served as a residence and boarding house for the Landholt family, on the lower floor there was a tavern for the capital, one of the few in Jerusalem at the time. The building received an amusing description in S. Y. Agnon’s book "Only Yesterday" known as "Richard Wagner’s Tavern".

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