Drumming up business in Jerusalem

A new musical instrument store downtown has become a hub for aficionados and newcomers alike, both locally and beyond.

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July 14, 2017 16:56
Israel instrumental store

Drumbite on Hahavatzelet Street. (photo credit: DANIEL ELIOR)

 
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