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Church of St. Andrews, Jerusalem

Site period: British Mandate (1917-1948)

St. Andrews church or its more common name- the Scottish Church, is a Protestant church which dwells on a hill across Mount Zion, between Bell Park and the Han theater in Jerusalem. The church was built in the years 1927-1930 as a memorial site for Scottish troops in the British army who fell during World War 1 (1914-1918). The structure concludes of a small guest house and a large prayer hall.

This Scottish church was designed by Kaliford Holliday- which used an "East meets west" motive. The Church of St. Andrews appears to be "growing" from inside the rock (hill) beneath it. The church was built from yellow chalk rock which gives an ancient look due to the yellow chalk's quickly "aging" nature. 

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