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"(IPTC005 contains( JERUSALEM NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM))": 22 results 

 
Manager of the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, Yivgeny Raznitzky, poses for a photo by a display of taxidermy stuffed animals, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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Manager of the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, Yivgeny Raznitzky, poses for a photo by a display of taxidermy stuffed animals, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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Manager of the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, Yivgeny Raznitzky, poses for a photo by a display of taxidermy stuffed animals, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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Manager of the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, Yivgeny Raznitzky, poses for a photo by a display of taxidermy stuffed animals, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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Manager of the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, Yivgeny Raznitzky, poses for a photo by a display of taxidermy stuffed animals, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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Manager of the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, Yivgeny Raznitzky, poses for a photo by a display of taxidermy stuffed animals, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A display of taxidermy stuffed animals at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A display of taxidermy stuffed animals at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A display of taxidermy stuffed animals at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A display of taxidermy stuffed animals at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A display of taxidermy stuffed two-headed goat at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A display of taxidermy stuffed animals at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A display of taxidermy stuffed animals at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A display of taxidermy stuffed animals at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A display of taxidermy stuffed animals at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A display of taxidermy stuffed animals at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A display of taxidermy stuffed animals at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A display of taxidermy stuffed animals at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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A display of taxidermy stuffed animals at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A display at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A display at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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A visitor looks at a display at the Museum of Natural History in Jerusalem, on January 10, 2018. The Museum has been open for over 60 years and is located near the German Colony in Jerusalem, at the building called the "Villa Dekkan," named by the Armenian businessman who established the original compound, in the late 1800's. The building went through several hands over the centuries until in the 1940's it became a natural science institute and museum, housing displays including taxidermy. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90
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Hadas Parush
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