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Exhibit Highlights the Faces of 20th Century Jerusalem

Tower of David Museum photography exhibit Photos by Fallu Zivlin, who moved to Israel in 1914 and recorded daily life in Jerusalem for the JNF and the Haganah. (photo: Fallu Zivlin/ASHERNET)

An exhibit currently running at the Tower of David Museum in Jerusalem offers a unique peek at the lives of ordinary Jerusalemites – Jews, Christians, and Muslims – during the first half of the 20th century.

“The Camera Man – Women and Men Photograph Jerusalem 1900-1950” showcases the work of major photographers who lived in the Holy City during this time and captured the complex tapestry of her people.

The exhibit runs through the end of this year. 

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