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131-06. Railroad Turkish Bridge (blown up by Israelis in 1948 for security). Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 13, 2000

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A railroad sign "Beer-Sheva" in Arabic on the Turkish Train Station. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 4, 2000
Old Turkish railroad water tower situated among residential buildings on Rambam Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 24, 2000
Washed out Turkish bridge of Rafiah railroad from Eilat Road south from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, November 7, 2002
Old Turkish Railway Station. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 24, 2000
Home of the manager of Turkish Railway Station. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 24, 2000
Blown gravestones on an abandoned Moslem Cemetery in downtown Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, December 22, 2000
Sport Center of Ben-Gurion University after a dust storm fortified by barbed wire (for security reasons). Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 17, 2000
Turkish Railway Station. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, December 22, 2000
Old Turkish Railway Water Tower. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, December 22, 2000
Turkish Railway Station in downtown Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, February 12, 2000
View of Nahal Beer Sheva from Hativa Shemone Bridge. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 4, 2000
Home of the manager of Turkish Railway Station. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, December 22, 2000
Bedouin Market behind the bridge. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 13, 2000
Bedouin Market behind the bridge. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 13, 2000
Old Turkish Railway Water Tower among modern residential buildings. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, December 22, 2000
A house at intersection of K.K.L. pedestrian mall with HaAtzmaut Street in Old City of Beer-Sheva, which is depicted on a widely known historical propaganda photo taken in 1948 Beersheba is liberated . The Middle East, December 22, 2000
Bank Hapoalim Tower, the tallest building in downtown Beer-Sheva, called Kukuruza (corn) by Russians who use it for orientation. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 20, 2000
Remains of a bridge of a railroad from Beer-Sheva to Rafiah across Nahal Besor in Eshkol Park 10 miles west from Ofakim. The Middle East, February 27, 2001
Hanegev Palmach Brigade Memorial to Israeli conquerors of Beer-Sheva. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, May 19, 2000
Steel sheets for better security on windows of new houses at Itzhak Rager Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 21, 2001
House of manager of Turkish railway station. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 18, 2001
Bedouin Market. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 13, 2000
Bedouin Market. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 13, 2000
Bedouin Market. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 13, 2000
Negev Desert 1-2 miles north-east from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 14, 2000
Negev Desert 1-2 miles north-east from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 14, 2000
Near K.K.L. Pedestrian Mall in Old City. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 20, 2000
Old City, with a tree in bloom. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 20, 2000
Bet Eshel Street in Old City. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 20, 2000
The house at Ben Gurion Boulevard. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 25, 2000
K.K.L. pedestrian mall in downtown Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 25, 2000
Poppies in Negev Desert 1-2 miles north-east from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 14, 2000
Dwarf iris in Negev Desert 1-2 miles north-east from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 14, 2000
A country road through pine forest 1-2 miles north-east from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 14, 2000
Abandoned large mosque in downtown Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 25, 2000
Apartment houses in Shekhuna Vaw district of Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 21, 2000
A cafe on Trumpeldor(?) Street in Old City. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 8, 2000
Abandoned large mosque in Beer-Sheva downtown. The Middle East, April 20, 2000
British Army World War I cemetery. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 24, 2000
Weeds on Ben Gurion Boulevard at spring. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 25, 2000
K.K.L. Pedestrian Mall in Old City at Saturday. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 8, 2000
Ben Gurion Boulevard, after a dust storm. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 17, 2000
Ben Gurion Boulevard, after a dust storm. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 17, 2000
Shops in Old City of Beer-Sheva closed for Saturday (Sabbath). The Middle East, April 20, 2000
Abandoned school for Bedouin children in Beer-Sheva downtown. The Middle East, April 20, 2000
A Russian shop Odessa Saloon in Old City of Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 20, 2000
A street in upscale Ramot residential area. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 21, 2000
Old City at Saturday, Jewish observance day (Sabbath). Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 20, 2000
A country road to Bedouin settlements in Negev Desert 1-2 miles north-east from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 14, 2000
Tel Sheva excavations near Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, March 4, 2000
View from a road to Tel Sheva, north from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, March 4, 2000
Flea market at Derekh Hevron Road in downtown Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 13, 2000
A dilapidated Israeli flag at Derekh Hashalom Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 20, 2000
View of Bank Hapoalim building from Bet Eshel (?) Street in Old City. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 20, 2000
Vandalized tombstones of enemies on abandoned Muslim Cemetery in downtown Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 20, 2000
A donkey (?) bone in Negev Desert, west from road to Tel Aviv. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 21, 2000
Top security Nafha Prison in Negev Desert north from Mitzpe Ramon, holds around 200 Palestinians sentenced for life, view from a bus on Road 40 (destination of half of the bus passengers going from Beer-Sheva). The Middle East, March 22, 2001
Dilapidated Israeli flags over a plant on Yizhak Nafha Street in northern Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 25, 2000
The central K.K.L. Pedestrian Mall in Old City at Saturday, observance day of Judaic religion (Sabbath). Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 8, 2000
Lifeless "moon landscape" of the industrial zone at intersection of Ben Gurion Boulevard with Hevron Road. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 25, 2000
Ben Gurion Boulevard in Beer-Sheva. Flowers of cacti symbolize the Zionist utopian vision of a blooming Negev. The Middle East, April 24, 2000
Bunches of barbed wire in Negev Desert in northern Beer-Sheva, west from the road to Tel Aviv (probably around a military installation). The Middle East, April 21, 2000
Old City of Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, March 10, 2000
Old City of Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, February 18, 2000
Old City of Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, March 10, 2000
Near Bedouin villages 2 miles north-east from BGU. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, May 12, 2000
Industrial zone 1 mile south-east from BGU. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, May 4, 2000
Bet Hamison (?), one of the first houses in the city (1903) on the corner of Trumpeldor and HaAvot Street in Old City. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 8, 2000
Near Ringelblum Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 4, 2000
Near Ringelblum Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 2, 2000
Near Ringelblum Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 2, 2000
Near Klausner Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 4, 2000
At Ben Mattithiau Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 2, 2000
Industrial Zone in Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, March 5, 2000
A cat near Ringelblum Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 23, 2000
A cat near Ringelblum Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 23, 2000
A cat near Ringelblum Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 22, 2000
Cacti in Old Cemetery. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 4, 2000
"Illegal" Bedouin village 2 miles north-east from BGU. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, May 12, 2000
Bedouin settlement 2 miles north-east from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, March 10, 2000
Bedouin settlement 2 miles north-east from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, March 10, 2000
"Illegal" Bedouin village 2 miles north-east from BGU. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, May 12, 2000
A road under construction through chalk stone 2 miles north-east from BGU. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, May 12, 2000
The Saraya government center, or palace, built by the Turks and today used by the army or as a prison (?) (not allowed to be photographed) behind Allenby Garden in Beer-Sheva downtown. The Middle East, April 20, 2000
Typical graves in Old Cemetery. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 4, 2000
At Haviva Reik (?) Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 1, 2000
A large mosque in downtown Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, December 22, 2000
Bedouin settlements along the road south from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, May 10, 2000
HaAtzmaut Street in Old City of Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, December 22, 2000
At Haviva Reik (?) Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, August 31, 2000
Shopping in downtown Beer-Sheva at Friday. The Middle East, December 22, 2000
In front of Student Center of BGU. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 8, 2000
Bedouin settlements along the road south from Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, May 10, 2000
A cat at Haviva Reik Street near BGU. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, July 28, 2000
Cats on Nili Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 9, 2000
A house in Omer, upscale suburb of Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, May 19, 2000
Oranges on a street of Omer, suburb of Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, May 19, 2000
A street in Omer, upscale suburb of Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, May 19, 2000
Upscale houses in Omer suburb of Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, May 19, 2000

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