Passover in pictures

Passover photos in Jerusalem

April 4, 2018 18:11
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 Celebrating Hol Hamoed throughout Mamilla Mall and the Old City

Celebrating Hol Hamoed throughout Mamilla Mall and the Old City. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)


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A worshiper reenacts Jesus’s journey along the Via Dolorosa during a Good Friday procession in the Old City on March 30. (Reuters)

Tiered Seder plate; Copenhagen, Denmark, 1918. (The Israel Museum)Engraved pewter Seder plate; Germany, 1790. (David Harris/Wolfson Museum, Heichal Shlomo)


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