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Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
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Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
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Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
5472 x 3648 px 147.86 x 98.57 cm 3876.00 kb
 
Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
5472 x 3648 px 147.86 x 98.57 cm 2880.00 kb
 
Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
5472 x 3648 px 147.86 x 98.57 cm 3960.00 kb
 
Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
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Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
5472 x 3648 px 147.86 x 98.57 cm 3482.00 kb
 
Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
5235 x 3490 px 141.46 x 94.30 cm 2789.00 kb
 
Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
5472 x 3648 px 147.86 x 98.57 cm 3907.00 kb
 
Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
5472 x 3648 px 147.86 x 98.57 cm 2803.00 kb
 
Ammunition Hill Director General Katri Maoz speaks at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
5129 x 3419 px 138.59 x 92.39 cm 2918.00 kb
 
Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
5472 x 3648 px 147.86 x 98.57 cm 2901.00 kb
 
Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
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Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
5472 x 3648 px 147.86 x 98.57 cm 3714.00 kb
 
Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
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Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
5472 x 3648 px 147.86 x 98.57 cm 3682.00 kb
 
Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
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Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
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Visitors at the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
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The entrance the newly built museum at the Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem on August 9, 2017, The  newly built Ammunition Hill Museum, which describes the days of the battle for Jerusalem, will be opened to the general public next week. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90
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Yonatan Sindel
5472 x 3648 px 147.86 x 98.57 cm 3665.00 kb
 
Veterans from the six days war, are marching with huge Israeli flag to the Prime Minister's residence on Feb 20 2012,from the Ammunition Hill historic site in Jerusalem The museum and memorial at Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem will close on Monday if the site does not receive 2 million NIS by Monday afternoon, the director of the museum announced on Thursday. Ammunition Hill was the site of a fierce paratrooper’s battle during the 1967 Six Day War, and the victory on the hilltop was a significant turning point in the Israeli army’s campaign for Jerusalem.  Photo by Yossi Zamir/Flash 90
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Yossi Zamir
4080 x 2720 px 143.93 x 95.96 cm 1412.00 kb
 
Veterans from the six days war, are marching with huge Israeli flag to the Prime Minister's residence on Feb 20 2012,from the Ammunition Hill historic site in Jerusalem The museum and memorial at Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem will close on Monday if the site does not receive 2 million NIS by Monday afternoon, the director of the museum announced on Thursday. Ammunition Hill was the site of a fierce paratrooper’s battle during the 1967 Six Day War, and the victory on the hilltop was a significant turning point in the Israeli army’s campaign for Jerusalem.  Photo by Yossi Zamir/Flash 90
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Yossi Zamir
4080 x 2720 px 143.93 x 95.96 cm 1848.00 kb
 
Veterans from the six days war, are marching with huge Israeli flag to the Prime Minister's residence on Feb 20 2012,from the Ammunition Hill historic site in Jerusalem The museum and memorial at Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem will close on Monday if the site does not receive 2 million NIS by Monday afternoon, the director of the museum announced on Thursday. Ammunition Hill was the site of a fierce paratrooper’s battle during the 1967 Six Day War, and the victory on the hilltop was a significant turning point in the Israeli army’s campaign for Jerusalem.  Photo by Yossi Zamir/Flash 90
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Yossi Zamir
4080 x 2720 px 143.93 x 95.96 cm 2393.00 kb
 
Veterans from the six days war, are marching with huge Israeli flag to the Prime Minister's residence on Feb 20 2012,from the Ammunition Hill historic site in Jerusalem The museum and memorial at Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem will close on Monday if the site does not receive 2 million NIS by Monday afternoon, the director of the museum announced on Thursday. Ammunition Hill was the site of a fierce paratrooper’s battle during the 1967 Six Day War, and the victory on the hilltop was a significant turning point in the Israeli army’s campaign for Jerusalem.  Photo by Yossi Zamir/Flash 90
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Yossi Zamir
4080 x 2720 px 143.93 x 95.96 cm 1980.00 kb
 
Visitors at the Ammunition Hill historic site in Jerusalem The museum and memorial at Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem will close on Monday if the site does not receive 2 million NIS by Monday afternoon, the director of the museum announced on Thursday. Ammunition Hill was the site of a fierce paratrooper’s battle during the 1967 Six Day War, and the victory on the hilltop was a significant turning point in the Israeli army’s campaign for Jerusalem.  Photo by Yossi Zamir/Flash 90
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Yossi Zamir
4080 x 2720 px 143.93 x 95.96 cm 2508.00 kb

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