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The intimate letter, written in 1790, a year before Mozart’s death, offers a glimpse into the lavish lifestyle of the legendary composer
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He starred in the first Hollywood feature filmed in Israel, but the legendary actor’s connection to the Jewish state and people certainly didn’t start or stop there…
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