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Jerusalem is the capital and largest city of Israel, though most other countries and the United Nations do not recognize it as Israel's capital. The ancient city in the Judean Hills has a fascinating history spanning thousands of years.
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The of Jerusalem is that part of surrounded by the impressive 16th-century Ottoman city walls and representing the heart of the city both historically and spiritually.

represents the modern commercial heart of the city, which was the focus for development in the capital from the time of Israeli independence in 1948 to the reunification of the city with the Six Day War in 1967.

represents the eastern half of the once-divided city of .

or Chareidi Jerusalem refers to the parts of which are overwhelmingly populated by Jews.

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is a secluded village suburb on the outskirts of .

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Achinese: Al-Quds, Akkadian: Urušalim, Albanian: Jerusalemi, Amharic: እየሩሳሌም, Ancient Greek (to 1453): Hierosolyma, Ancient Greek (to 1453): Hierousalēm, Ancient Greek (to 1453): Αριηλ, Ancient Greek (to 1453): Ιεβους, Ancient Greek (to 1453): Ιεροσολυμα, Ancient Greek (to 1453): Ιεροσόλυμα, Ancient Greek (to 1453): Ιερουσαλημ, Ancient Greek (to 1453): Μωριας, Ancient Greek (to 1453): Σαλημ, Ancient Greek (to 1453): Σιων, Ancient Greek (to 1453): Σολυμα, Arabic: أورسالم, Arabic: أورشليم, Arabic: أورشليم القدس, Arabic: أولى القبلتين, Arabic: أُورشَليم, Arabic: إيلياء, Arabic: اريئيل, Arabic: البلا, Arabic: القدس, Arabic: القدس الشريف, Arabic: القُدس, Arabic: القُدْس, Arabic: بيت المقدس, Arabic: ساليم, Arabic: صهيون, Arabic: لقدس, Arabic: مدينة القدس, Arabic: مريّا, Arabic: ورشليم
Arabic: يبوس, Aragonese: Cherusalem, Armenian: Երուսաղեմ, Asturian: Xerusalén, Avaric: Байтул Макъдис, Azerbaijani: Qüds, Banjar: Baitul Maqdis, Bashkir: Иерусалим, Belarusian: Горад Іерусалім, Bengali: জেরুসালেম, Bihari : जेरूसलम, Breton: Jeruzalem, Bulgarian: Йерусалим, Burmese: ဂျေရုဆလင်မြို့, Cebuano: Jerusalen, Central Bikol: Herusalem, Central Khmer: ເຢ​ຣູ​ຊາ​ເລັມ, Central Kurdish: ئورشەلیم, Chechen: Къудс-ГӀала, Chinese: 耶路撒冷, Church Slavic: Їєроусалимъ, Chuvash: Иерусалим, Crimean Tatar: Qudus, Croatian: Jeruzalem, Czech: Jeruzalém, Dhivehi: ޤުދުސް, Dimli (individual language): Urşelim, Dutch: Jeruzalem, Eastern Mari: Иерусалим, Egyptian Arabic: القدس, English: Al-Quds, English: Ariel, English: Zion, Esperanto: Jerusalemo
Estonian: Jeruusalemm, Extremaduran: Jerusalén, Faroese: Jerúsalem, Fijian: Jerusalemi, French: Jérusalem, Galician: Xerusalén, Gan Chinese: 耶路撒冷, Georgian: იერუსალიმი, German: Al-Quds, German: Jerusalem, Gothic: 𐌹𐌰𐌹𐍂𐌿𐍃𐌰𐌿𐌻𐍅𐌼𐌰, Greek: Ιερουσαλήμ, Guarani: Herusalẽ, Hakka Chinese: Yâ-lu-sat-lâng, Hebrew: אֵילִיָּה קַפִּיטוֹלִינָה, Hebrew: הַקֹּדֶשׁ, Hebrew: יְבוּס, Hebrew: יְרוּשָׁלַיִם, Hebrew: יְרוּשָׁלַםִ, Hebrew: יְרוּשָׁלָםִ, Hebrew: יבוס, Hebrew: ירושלים, Hebrew: ירושלם, Hebrew: מוֹרִיָּה, Hebrew: מוריה, Hebrew: צִיּוֹן, Hebrew: ציון, Hebrew: שָׁלֵם, Hebrew: שלם, Hindi: यरुशलम, Hungarian: Jeruzsálem, Icelandic: Jerúsalem, Ido: Ierusalem, Iloko: Herusalem
Indonesian: Yerusalem, Irish: Iarúsailéim, Italian: Gerusalemme, Japanese: エルサレム, Javanese: Yérusalem, Kabyle: Orcalim, Kannada: ಜೆರುಸಲೆಂ, Kara-Kalpak: Al-Qudıs, Kashubian: Jerozolëma, Kazakh: Иерусалим, Kinyarwanda: Yerusalemu, Kirghiz: Кудус, Komi: Иерусалим, Korean: 예루살렘, Kurdish: Orşelîm, Ladino: Yerushalayim, Lao: ເຢ​ຣູ​ຊາ​ເລັມ, Latin: Aelia Capitolina, Latin: Colonia Aelia Capitolina, Latin: Hierosolyma, Latin: Hierusalem, Latin: Iebus, Latin: Moria, Latin: Salem, Latin: Sion, Latvian: Jeruzaleme, Lezghian: Иерусалим, Ligurian: Gerusalemme, Limburgan: Jeruzalem, Lingala: Yerusalémi, Literary Chinese: 耶路撒冷, Lithuanian: Jeruzalė, Lombard: Gerüsalem, Lower Sorbian: Jeruzalem
Macedonian: Ерусалим, Malay (macrolanguage): Baitulmuqaddis, Malayalam: ജെറുസലേം, Maori: Hiruharama, Marathi: जेरुसलेम, Min Dong Chinese: Ià-lô-sák-lēng, Min Nan Chinese: Iâ-lō͘-sat-léng, Mirandese: Jarusalen, Moksha: Ерусалим, Mongolian: Иерусалим, Nahuatl languages: Ierusalem, Narom: Jérusalem, Neapolitan: Gierusalemme, Nepali (macrolanguage): जेरुसेलम, Occitan (post 1500): Jerusalèm, Official Aramaic (700-300 BCE): יְרוּשְׁלֶם, Official Aramaic (700-300 BCE): ܐܘܪܫܠܡ, Old English (ca. 450-1100): Ierusalem, Old Norse: Jorsala, Old Norse: Jórsalaborg, Old Norse: Jórsalir, Oriya (macrolanguage): ଜେରୁସାଲେମ, Ossetian: Иерусалим, Panjabi: ਜੇਰੂਸਲਮ, Papiamento: Herusalem, Persian: اورسلیمان, Persian: اورشلیم, Persian: بَیْت‌المُقدَّس, Persian: قُدس, Piemontese: Gerusalem, Polish: Jerozolima, Portuguese: Jerusalém, Pushto: بيت المقدس, Romanian: Ierusalim
Russia Buriat: Иерусалим, Russian: Иерусалим, Rusyn: Єрусалим, Samoan: Ierusalema, Samogitian: Jerozalė, Sardinian: Gerusalemme, Scottish Gaelic: Ierusalem, Serbian: Јерусалим, Serbo-Croatian: Adonai-jireh, Serbo-Croatian: Jeruzalem, Serbo-Croatian: Shalem, Serbo-Croatian: Uršalimmu, Sicilian: Girusalemmi, Silesian: Jerozolima, Slovak: Jeruzalem, Slovenian: Jeruzalem, Somali: Qudus, South Azerbaijani: بیت المقدس, Spanish: Jerusalén, Sundanese: Yerusalem, Swahili (macrolanguage): Yerusalemu, Syriac: ܐܘܪܫܠܡ, Syriac: ܨܗܝܘܢ, Tagalog: Herusalem, Tajik: Уршалим, Tamil: எருசலேம், Tatar: Иерусалим, Telugu: జెరూసలేం, Thai: เยรูซาเลม, Tibetan: ཇེ་རུ་ས་ལེམ།, Tok Pisin: Yerusalem, Turkish: Kudüs, Turkmen: Iýerusalim, Twi: Yerusalem
Uighur: قۇدس, Ukrainian: Єрусалим, Upper Sorbian: Jeruzalem, Urdu: یروشلم, Uzbek: Quddus, Venetian: Hierusalem, Veps: Jerusalim, Volapük: Hierusalem, Walloon: Djeruzalem, Waray (Philippines): Jerusalén, Welsh: Jeriwsalem, Western Frisian: Jeruzalim, Western Panjabi: یروشلم, Xhosa: IJerusalem, Yakut: Иерусалим, Yiddish: ירושלים, Yoruba: Jerúsálẹ́mù, Yue Chinese: 耶路撒冷, Zeeuws: Jeruzalem, Al-Kuds, Al Quds, Bayt al-Maqdis, Bayt al-Muqaddas, El Kuds, El Quds esh Sherif, Ir David, Ir Ha-Qdoosha, Ir Ha-Qodesh, Kouds, Yirushalāyim, al-Balat, al-Quds aš-Šarīf
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