Israeli Nat’l Museum Pt 1

The Israeli National Museum (Part 1) is Jerusalem’s art and archaeological museum. It was established in 1965 as Israel’s largest and foremost cultural institution.

Bringing us the illuminated Dead Sea Scrolls in the round, ancient manuscripts discovered between 1947 and 1956 in eleven caves near Khirbet Qumran, on the northwestern shores of the Dead Sea.

Mentioned in Rabbinic literature as one of the essential deeds “for which one is rewarded in one’s lifetime and also earns a reward in the world to come.” Funeral processions were held with due ceremony, and the deceased was carried in a special vehicle, such as this majestic carriage from Hungary.

The original chuppah, then used for the newlyweds’ consecration, symbolizes the home the couple will build together.

And fantasztikus architecture (thought maybe a giant white chocolate Hershey’s kiss!) 

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