Mamilla Pedestrian Mall is named after a water resevoir west of the old city, which was based on “Water from God” (Arabic: “May min Allah”).
Mamilla commercial zone developed in the 19th century, but in 1948 it was abandoned as Jerusalem was split.
40 years after the re-unification of Jerusalem, in 2007 Mamilla opened again, and today it is a very popular commercial zone, for locals and tourists alike.
|Mamilla Pedestrian Mall on Wikipedia|
|Mamilla Pedestrian Mall on Tripadvisor|
|Mamilla Pedestrian Mall on Google Maps|
|Mamilla Pedestrian Mall Website|
Points of Interest in the Area