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Notes on the Geography of Jerusalem: Europeans in 19th Century Jerusalem: Photo 1

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The biggest structure atop the Mount of Olives is the Augusta Victoria Hospital, finished in 1907. It commemorated the visit to Jerusalem of Kaiser Wilhelm II and Augusta Victoria, his wife. The hospital has had many functions, including housing the local headquarters of both the German and British forces in World War I. The attached church has this well-made bell tower, with a staircase and elevator leading to a fine view.

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