The quarter in which I live is called Rehavia. Rehavia is a Jewish quarter. It exists only about five-six years. It is one of the many suburbs of Jerusalem, situated in the south-west direction. Almost each of the inhabitants possesses a small house, not higher than two floors, in purpose, not to make the quarter too busy-like. Every house is surrounded by a small garden, worked by the owner of the house. The air in Rehavia is pure. On rainy days the streets are a little bit muddy, in summer it seems to be like a village. The inhabitants are quiet and live in peace. The quarter develops rapidly. It has even its own tennis-court, which makes many people come and live there.