The embassy draws tourists who support what it stands for: an about-face in U.S. policy, recognizing Israel's claims to the city. They say the embassy's existence reflects biblical prophecy.
One small apartment building near the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem is emblematic of Israelis' mixed attitudes about the city.
Have the past week's developments changed anything in their conflict? Demands are the same and impasses remain, but the United States' role in potential peace talks appears to be shifting.
The day was marked by violence and bloodshed, as tens of thousands of Palestinians protested the embassy opening and Israeli army forces killed dozens of protesters.
U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman discusses the U.S. Embassy move to Jerusalem and the impact it may have in the region.
Tens of thousands of Palestinians protested the opening of the American embassy, on a day that also marked 70 years since Israel's creation.
Israel has reshaped Jerusalem in a way that leaves many Palestinians struggling. About 38 percent of the city's residents are Palestinian. Tens of thousands live behind an Israeli-built barrier.
The relocation of the embassy has sparked celebration and outrage. Both Israelis and Palestinians claim Jerusalem as their capital. No other countries have embassies there.