Safra Square

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Coordinates: 31°46′49.49″N 35°13′25.99″E / 31.7804139°N 35.2238861°E / 31.7804139; 35.2238861

Safra Square's central plaza

Safra Square (Hebrew: כיכר ספרא‎, Kikar Safra) is Jerusalem's City Hall public square. It is named after Jacob and Esther Safra, the parents of Edmond J. Safra, a Jewish philanthropist who helped to renovate downtown Jerusalem.

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