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Museum On The Seam, Jerusalem *

The Museum on the Seam is a socio-political contemporary art museum located in a neo-classical building on the geographic seam line between East and West of Jerusalem, in the meeting point of the three religions.

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Kibbutz Dalia’s Sculpture Park *

Kibbutz Dalia is famous for dance, art, and sculpture. Kibbutz resident Nathan Ezra Yenuka created a sculpture garden focusing on art in motion to express the spirit of the place. The 24 pieces are of various sizes, mostly portable, and are made of marble, polyester, local rock and other materials.

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Ilana Goor Museum *

Ilana Goor Museum (מוזיאון אילנה גור) is an museum situated in the historical part of Jaffa, the Mediterranean port town south of Tel Aviv. The museum was founded in 1995 by Ilana Goor, an ...

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Gottesman Etching Center*

The Gottesman Etching Center (Cabri Print Center) was founded in 1993 at Kibbutz Cabri in a distinctive Western Galilee landscape overlooking mountains and sea. The Center is a venue for artists from Israel ...

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Museum of Underground Prisoners *

Museum of Underground Prisoners is a museum in Jerusalem commemorating the activity of the three Jewish undergrounds -Haganah, Irgun and Lehi—during the British Mandate period leading up the establishment of the State of Israel.

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Graffiti in Israel *

Graffiti in Israel: Israel's Street Art covers the city’s street art and graffiti scene, which serves as a unique expression of the nation's geographical location, cultural peculiarities, political movements, and artistic sub-cultures.

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Jerusalem’s Best-Kept Secret*

The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens is Jerusalem’s best-kept secret. The Jerusalem Botanical Gardens (JBG), originally planned as successor to the National Botanic Garden of Israel on the Givat Ram campus of ...

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Terra Sancta Museum

New Archaeology Wing Jerusalem’s Terra Sancta Museum opened the doors of its brand new archaeology wing to the public on 27 June, hosting a new exhibition showcasing more than 300 ...

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Ashkelon Outdoor Museum *

The Ashkelon Outdoor Museum Years ago, the City of Ashkelon created the Ashkelon Outdoor Museum to house some impressive sarcophagi (the plural for sarcophagus) from the Roman period discovered here on ...

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