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Land of Israel
In honor of Jerusalem Day, the Eran Laor Cartographic Collection invites us to take a look at the maps that defined the city prior to its reunification.
Mermaids, sea monsters and all sorts of fantastic creatures were a common feature of ancient maps
Where did one go to watch a movie in British-Mandate era Jerusalem? Where could you catch a bus? And what were the popular hot spots? Presenting the map that resurrects pre-state Jerusalem…
This 500-year old map that depicts the destruction of the Temple as witnessed by Christians is a rare find.
The National Library is in possession of many antique, rare and illustrated maps tracing the epic journey of the People of Israel through the wilderness.
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