Had Gadia in papier mache

From April 5 through May, characters from the traditional song, "Had Gadia," will be on display at the Eretz Yisrael Museum in Tel Aviv.

By VIVA SARAH PRESS
April 5, 2006 09:57
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From April 5 through May, characters from the traditional song, "Had Gadia," will be on display at the Eretz Yisrael Museum in Tel Aviv. The colorful papier mache models include the goat, the dog that bit the cat, and the slaughterer that killed the ox, among others. Museum staff say their figures are the biggest papier mache models ever made of the Had Gadia story. Entrance to the museum during Hol Hamoed is free.

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