The week in pho­tos

The Jerusalem Post Magazine - - READERS’ PHOTOS -

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We are look­ing for your pho­tos show­ing what you did or saw this week. Send sub­mis­sions to JpostMagPho­[email protected] with your name, where you’re from and when the pic­ture was taken.

(Deb­o­rah Strauss)

WHAT COULD be more nat­u­ral or pleas­ant than to spon­ta­neously break into a cheek-to-cheek slow dance with a friend in Dizen­goff Square?

(Zev Rothkoff)

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.

(Beatrice Sa­muel)

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.

(Stu­art Gher­man)

SOME PEO­PLE wear their heart on their sleeve; oth­ers paint it on their wall, as did this cre­ative home­owner near Ma­haneh Ye­huda.

(Bernard Ols­burgh)

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.

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