College or nature?

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August 15, 2018 18:40
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A pathway connects Iceland and Mexico streets in the Kiryat Menahem neighborhood, the contested new

A pathway connects Iceland and Mexico streets in the Kiryat Menahem neighborhood, the contested new site of the IDF Colleges project.. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

 
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