Restoring the ancient city, archaeologists have discovered many historical artifacts, such as a stone structure for crushing olives. Despite its extraordinary history, the old town is not an open-air museum. People live in it and they buy the famous Jerusalem bread. The Bakery Ne'eman chain was born in Jerusalem in 1944 with a baby stroller loaded with pastries, which helped Rabbi Baruch Neeman support his family and sell bread to passers-by. Over the years, the pram has become a stable distribution network with 50 branches throughout the country. But the home taste and aroma remained unchanged.