Holy Moses: take a virtual tour around Jerusalem
If the hiccup in the middle East peace talks has put you off visiting the Holy city, why not while away a few minutes on a virtual tour of Jerusalem?
Well one reason you may not want to is that the site is so dated and awful that you'll be unable to bear staying too long. Called Virtual Jerusalem, and reminiscent of some east European propoganda exercise, the site conveniently ignores the many religious and ethnic tensions currently tearing the city apart, choosing instead to show you an idealised view of its cutural heritage.
Yes, you can send an Email that will be lodged in the cracks of the Kotel, or Western Wall. Yes, there's some twee pictures of sunsets, babies being bathed and famous landmarks. But 'The Internet City with a 3,000 Year Tradition'? Afraid not.
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