A brand-new tanning studio is set to open in the neighborhood of the Old City in Jerusalem’s Old City neighborhood on July 1.
The new studio is being built in the vicinity of the ancient and famous al-Aqsa Mosque and its surrounding gardens, as well as the entrance of the nearby Old City wall.
The site was formerly part of the medieval Muslim Temple of the Prophet Muhammad’s hometown of Medina, but the building was turned into a commercial building and eventually converted into the al-Quds al-Sharif Mosque.
The newly opened solarium salon will be the first salon in Jerusalem and Israel’s capital city, as the city is expected to have around 150,000 Muslims as of 2018.
The salon is expected have an outdoor space for salon customers, which is located in the alleys surrounding the al -Aqpa Mosque.
According to The Jerusalem Times, the salon will also have a dedicated space for students, who will be able to come in and work as part of a study course.
The site is scheduled to open at 8 a.m. on July 15.
Solarium is expected be able do around 5,000 square meters of space in the salon.
The facility will also feature a lounge, a bar, a wine bar and a restaurant.
The al-Shifa, or Western Wall, is the site of the second holiest site in Judaism, after Jerusalem’s Temple Mount.
According to Muslim tradition, the Western Wall is the holiest site on the earth, and Muslims call the Western Bank, the “Third Pillar of the Dome of the Rock.”
The site is located on the Israeli-controlled portion of the Temple Mount, which Israel annexed in 1967, and is one of the holiest sites in Islam.