PEOPLE OF OLD JERUSALEM
by William Papas (1980)
Throughout history no other city has inspired or incited quite as many passions as Jerusalem - especially the section know as Old Jerusalem - which stands not only as the eternal capital of the Jewish people and the state of Israel, and as a sacred monument to the remarkable kaleidoscope of beliefs that make up the Christian and Islamic faiths, but also as an un paralleled aesthetic treasure. It was the Old City with its multitude of shrines and mixture of races that captivated Papas.
People of Old Jerusalem is an extraordinarily beautiful book about a unique area, its people, and traditions. Highlighted are some of the various inhabitants and monuments, including the Armenian quarter and monastery.