JERUSALEM (JTA) — When it comes to Sukkot, the weeklong festival in which Jews live and eat in temporary huts known as sukkahs, no place does it better than Jerusalem. City schools and plenty of workplaces close, and a festive spirit permeates the air.
Many Jews around the world make a tradition of visiting Jerusalem to celebrate the holiday, which is also known as the Feast of Booths. But if you can’t make it to the Holy City, fear not. Your sukkah can now transport you and your loved ones here.
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