The Jerusalem Old City has witnessed the wedding of a man and a woman to each other.
The ceremony took place at the Givat Zeev Temple on Thursday.
The couple, who were married at the Temple, were both from Israel and attended the ceremony.
It is believed they are the first couples to be married at such a ceremony in Israel.
The groom, a farmer from the northern Galilee town of Kiryat Arba, said he and his wife, Sara, had been married three times.
The groom and his bride are said to have a son, Zalman.
The bride was said to be wearing a white headdress with a red band across her head and a purple veil.
The bridegroom and his son had also given their blessings before the ceremony began.
The wedding, which was attended by more than 10,000 people, was held at the Jerusalem Old Town on the Giver’s Corner, a street that leads to the temple.
The Giva Zeevi Temple is a large complex of buildings built in the late 19th century in the city’s northern suburbs.
The complex has a history dating back to the ancient Hebrew religion of Hasidism, which is now the dominant religion in the country.
The temple is the site of the main temple to the late King Solomon, whose tomb is believed to be located inside.
It was constructed by the Israelite King David.
The site is also the site for the annual Temple of the Almighty, which includes the two major temples, the Western Wall, which has the Dome of the Rock, and the Mount of Olives.
The Jerusalem Old town is considered to be the most holy of the Jewish cities in the Middle East.
In a recent Pew survey, only one in three Israelis had ever visited the Temple Mount, and only a quarter of Israelis said they would visit the holy site in the future.