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Shagall Windows in Hadassah hospital in Ein Kerem representing Dan, Gad, and Asher Tribes. Jerusalem, the Middle East, August 15, 2002
Shagall Windows in Hadassah hospital in Ein Kerem representing Judah, Zebulon, and Issachar Tribes. Jerusalem, the Middle East, August 15, 2002
Shagall Windows in Hadassah hospital in Ein Kerem representing Reuben, Simeon, and Levi Tribes. Jerusalem, the Middle East, August 15, 2002
Ein Kerem, a suburb of Jerusalem captured in 1948 war, with Mary Spring at the bottom of the picture. The Middle East, December 30, 2000
Ein Kerem from one of its monasteries. Jerusalem, the Middle East, August 15, 2002
A cemetery of monks in Ein Kerem. Jerusalem, the Middle East, August 15, 2002
An Orthodox church in Gornensky Convent for women (the Russian Orthodox Mission of Moscow Patriarchate in Jerusalem). Ein Kerem (western Jerusalem). The Middle East, August 15, 2002
A cemetery in Gornensky Convent for women (the Russian Orthodox Mission of Moscow Patriarchate in Jerusalem). Ein Kerem (western Jerusalem), the Middle East, December 30, 2000
View of a former Arab village Ein Kerem, a suburb of Jerusalem captured in 1948 war, from a pro-Moscow Gornensky Convent for women. The Middle East, December 30, 2000
Graves of Russian nuns in Gornensky Convent for women (the Russian Orthodox Mission of Moscow Patriarchate in Jerusalem). Ein Kerem (western Jerusalem), the Middle East, December 30, 2000
An Orthodox church with ghostly figures of prayers (because of long exposure) at a pro-Moscow Gornensky Convent for women. Ein Kerem (western Jerusalem), the Middle East, December 30, 2000
A monument of Archimandrite Leonid Sentsov (1863(?) - 1918), a head of Russian mission in Jerusalem, at a pro-Moscow Gornensky Convent for women. Ein Kerem (western Jerusalem), the Middle East, December 30, 2000
An Orthodox church in Gornensky Convent for women (the Russian Orthodox Mission of Moscow Patriarchate in Jerusalem). Ein Kerem (western Jerusalem), the Middle East, December 30, 2000
A church yard in Gornensky Convent for women (the Russian Orthodox Mission of Moscow Patriarchate in Jerusalem). Ein Kerem (western Jerusalem), the Middle East, December 30, 2000
A monument of Archimandrite Antonin Kapustin (1869(?) - 1894) who founded in 1871 the Russian mission in Jerusalem, at a pro-Moscow Gornensky Convent for women. Ein Kerem (western Jerusalem), the Middle East, December 30, 2000
A monument of Archimandrite Porfiriy Uspenskiy at a pro-Moscow Gornensky Convent for women. Ein Kerem (western Jerusalem), the Middle East, December 30, 2000

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