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Triple 'Knesset' (Israeli parliament)  2008

Since the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948, its parliament, the Knesset, had moved between two cities: from Tel Aviv's Opera House to Jerusalem's Frumin House, and later, to its permanent location in Givat Ram, Jerusalem. The changes that these historic locations had undergone, particularly the destruction of their historical memory and architectural legacy, represent the dichotomy between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, religion and nation, past and present.

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