Wednesday, January 28, 2015

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Kever Shmuel HaNavi, the tomb of the biblical prophet Samuel, on the hilltop past the Ramot neighborhood of Jerusalem (which for some crazy reason the U.S. calls a settlement???) – seen from Sanhedria, Jerusalem…


The Har Hotzvim interchange (before Ramot) during sundown, Jerusalem, the Holy City, in the Holy Land of Israel…



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