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"Passage to Israel" Photo Exhibit Tours the World

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Anyone who has been to Israel, knows how breathtaking and photogenic it is. Now, a traveling photo exhibit called “Passage to Israel” is offering further proof of the Holy Land’s beauty. The exhibit runs in New York City through January 6, and then travels on to Los Angeles, Palm Beach, Washington D.C., Chicago, Toronto, London, Berlin, and Jerusalem.

Showcasing the unique beauty of the land of Israel through the work of 20 renowned photographers, “Passage to Israel” reveals cobblestoned streets and wineries, sculpture gardens and Bauhaus architecture, innovative interiors and verdant olive plantations along with the panoply of cultures that make up the people of Israel. . . .

A companion book from Skyhorse Publishing includes more than 200 pictures of Israeli landscapes, seascapes, architecture, interiors and holy sites by 34 photographers.

Check out some of the stunning photos here

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