The Temple in Jerusalem
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|This is part of a beautiful model of Jerusalem located at the museum in Jerusalem.|
The Model in the Second Temple Period reconstructs the topography and architectural character of the city as it was prior to its destruction by the Romans in 66 CE, and provides historical context to the Shrineís presentation of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Originally constructed on the grounds of Jerusalemís Holyland Hotel, the model, which includes a replica of Herod's Temple, is now a permanent feature of the Museumís 20-acre (81,000 m2) campus.(Info courtesy of Wikipedia)
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- [2014-01-19 18:55]
High POV, long les, plane compression. Good sharpness and right exposure, good work and TFS
Like the image of what will be built again. Interesting POV of this model. nice
- [2014-01-19 22:25]
nice and sharp shot
good details in the capture
- [2014-01-22 5:27]
Great take and thanks for sharing. The model offers a lot of imagination.