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I call it Magical Garden because is what I feel when I am there. This is a lateral view of the American Colony Hotel entrance, in East Jerusalem.
A beautiful place to visit. The architecture, the atmosphere, the decoration...It has a very nice coffee shop, situated in a patio, inside, full of flowers, elegant settings and very friendly ambience. This is the favorite hotel of the international journalists and media people when they come to cover the conflict and also a favorite spot for spies!

You can enjoy their website here:

And read this interesting news item from one of the most important newspapers in Israel:

Please check the price and size on the right window next to the photograph.

Cropping may vary with size.
Printed with white borders by a professional photo lab.

Please note:
Because of the differences in monitors and settings, what you get in print may be a little bit different from what you see on your screen.

The print does not come framed – The frame is used as an example of how the print can be displayed.

Additional photos ordered at the same time will be shipped in the same package.

COPYRIGHT: This piece is protected under copyright laws and may not be reproduced in any manner without my express written permission.

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Viviane Nathan

BLACK FRIDAY SALE Original Photograph - Magical Garden

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: photo paper, camera
  • Ships worldwide from Jerusalem, Israel
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