The week in photos
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WHAT COULD be more natural or pleasant than to spontaneously break into a cheek-to-cheek slow dance with a friend in Dizengoff Square?
THE CAVE of Machpela has been revered by Jews for more than 3,000 years as the burial site of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs. The structure built over the site by Herod more than 2,000 years ago glistens in the sunlight.
GOING PLACES: Tourists are great, but they’ve got baggage. With suitcase sorting worked out to a science, the Inbal Hotel staff prevents unfortunate consequences that could result from what for most of us would be a logistical nightmare.
SOME PEOPLE wear their heart on their sleeve; others paint it on their wall, as did this creative homeowner near Mahaneh Yehuda.
WALL OF FAME: This Florentin graffiti artist reminds us that we were all once refugees. Thankfully, we have returned to the safety of our homeland.