“Cardo” was the name given to a Byzantine period avenue discovered in the Jewish quarter in the 1970’s.
It was part of the contemporary main street of Jerusalem, whose name was “Cardo” (latin – central).
In 2010 a colorfull mural was added at the side of the Cardo, presenting with some humor Jerusalem in Roman-Byzantine times.
|Jerusalem’s Cardo on Wikipedia|
|Jerusalem’s Cardo on Tripadvisor|
|Jerusalem’s Cardo on Google +|
|Jerusalem’s Cardo on Google Maps|
|Jerusalem’s Cardo Website|
Points of Interest in the Area
A 360 Degrees photo inside the “Cardo Maximos”