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Photo EssayBEHOLD: The World’s Tiniest Jerusalem at Gulliver’s Gate

1 / 11 The Kotel

The Kotel

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2 / 11 The Mahane Yehuda Market

The Mahane Yehuda Market

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3 / 11 A protest at the Knesset

A protest at the Knesset

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4 / 11 Bad Parking in the Holy Land

Bad Parking in the Holy Land

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5 / 11 The Holy Land in miniature

The Holy Land in miniature

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6 / 11 A bustling Israeli cafe

A bustling Israeli cafe

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7 / 11 Eiran Gazit, the CEO of Gulliver’s Gate

Eiran Gazit, the CEO of Gulliver’s Gate

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8 / 11 The 9/11 Memorial

The 9/11 Memorial

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9 / 11 The Mifletzet Monster Slide

The Mifletzet Monster Slide

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10 / 11 The Freedom Pyramid

The Freedom Pyramid

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11 / 11 The Israeli Supreme Court

The Israeli Supreme Court

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