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Jerusalem, mostly recently Photographed by Jair (Yair) Moreshet, 1967-2005
Tower of David
Life in the alleys
The Greek Orthodox Patriarchy
Within an authentic Byzantine structure
The church of the Holy Sepulcher and an Ethiopian guard
The historical Golgotha. Rock surface behind glass
Chapel at the Golgotha
The Holy Sepulcher
Entrance to the Holy Sepulcher
Entering the Holy Sepulcher
Inside the Holy Sepulcher
The Coptic niche behind the Holy Sepulcher
The restored Jewish quarter
Over the roofs of the restored Jewish quarter
The wailing wall
Dome Of The Rock on the Temple Mount
From the Antonia Citadel
At the Mount Of Olives
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