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2700-year-old governor seal found in Jerusalem

in Economy & Innovation

  A small clay seal impression was discovered by the Western Wall Plaza in Jerusalem’s Old City on January 1, 2018. The seal is one of seven found in the past five years of the archaeological dig led by the Israel Antiquities Authority. The seals date back thousands of years, and the most recent find…

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Modern Cable Cars Among Ancient History?

in Economy & Innovation

By 2021, imagine being able to ride in a cable car over Jerusalem to reach the Western Wall, one of the most ancient and holy sites in the world. That’s exactly what the Jerusalem Development Authority (JDA) is hoping to get approval for so they can begin forging full steam ahead with the $57 million…

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Healing Ink tattoos at Jerusalem museum

in Life, Culture & Sports

A crew of tattoo artists from Healing Ink created their own kind of ‘art exhibit’ in collaboration with Artists4Israel and the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. The intention was to create a space for victims of terror attacks, war and military services to heal their painful scars in a meaningful way. The project inspires victims to…

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Secret land sales for super cheap

in Economy & Innovation

A secret sale is underway as the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem, Theophilos III, is in the midst of selling off assets in Israel for exorbitantly low prices. The company to which they sold wishes to remain anonymous, though many believe the church land is going to private developers. After the Israel Lands Authority, the…

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Jerusalem Pulls in Over 200 Global Artists

in Life, Culture & Sports

Kicking off from October 2 until the end of November is the Jerusalem Biennale, an international art exhibition which invites global artists to contribute to beautifying the holy city based on a chosen theme, this year’s being ‘watershed moments.’ A watershed moment is defined as a point in history which brings along change, and based…

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