Home Page > Picture Archives > Year 2000 > Album 137 > Photo 09 > Similar
137-09. Sealed food during Passover holiday in a supermarket in northern Beer-Sheva (according to Jewish tradition, chametz, or some food like bread is forbidden during Passover). The Middle East, April 25, 2000

Similar pictures

Large thumbnails | Use small thumbnails | View as slideshow

Burning bread near Ben Gurion Boulevard before Jewish Passover (Pessakh) holiday. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 6, 2001
Yerushalaym Street turned to playground during Yom Kippur holiday when driving cars is forbidden. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 27, 2001
Abaravanel Street turned to playground during Yom Kippur holiday when driving cars is forbidden. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 27, 2001
A Purim (Jewish holiday) party after a Hebrew class at BGU. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, March 4, 2001
A Purim (Jewish holiday) party after a Hebrew class at BGU. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, March 4, 2001
A Purim (Jewish holiday) party after a Hebrew class at BGU. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, March 4, 2001
A Purim (Jewish holiday) party after a Hebrew class at BGU. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, March 4, 2001
A Purim (Jewish holiday) party after a Hebrew class at BGU. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, March 4, 2001
A short Purim (Jewish holiday) party after a Hebrew class at BGU. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, March 4, 2001
Old City at Saturday, Jewish observance day (Sabbath). Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 20, 2000
A monument to Avraham Halman in front of the central supermarket Canyon HaNegev. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, December 22, 2000
A monument to some leader (?) Avraham Halman in front of the central supermarket Canyon HaNegev. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, August 17, 2000
Abandoned and destroyed Moslem Cemetery in downtown Beer-Sheva. The central supermarket Canyon HaNegev is on the background. The Middle East, December 22, 2000
Al Khayalh Food Supermarket in Old Al Ghanim area. Doha, Qatar, April 27, 2013
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
Dilapidated Israeli flags over a plant on Yizhak Nafha Street in northern Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 25, 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
View of Nahal Beer Sheva from Hativa Shemone Bridge. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 4, 2000
Hanegev Palmach Brigade Memorial to Israeli conquerors of Beer-Sheva. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, May 19, 2000
A railroad sign "Beer-Sheva" in Arabic on the Turkish Train Station. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 4, 2000
A new street in Ramot neighborhood in northern Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, December 16, 2000
Ramot Quarter in northern Beer-Sheva at evening. The Middle East, December 16, 2000
Northern approach to Beer-Sheva, Hevron Road. The Middle East, March 4, 2000
Blooming plants in Negev Desert in northern Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, October 28, 2000
A hill in Negev Desert near Ramot neighborhood in northern Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, December 16, 2000
A rough mushroom popping in Negev Desert in northern Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, March 4, 2000
Bedouin sheep in northern Beer-Sheva, view from Palmach Memorial. The Middle East, March 4, 2000
Hanegev Palmach Brigade Memorial to Israeli conquerors in northern Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, March 4, 2000
Hanegev Palmach Brigade Memorial to Israeli conquerors in northern Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, March 4, 2000
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
Remains of Atar Nahal Beqa caravan camps (1991-1996) built during a period of mass immigration of Russians and Ethiopians thanks to a former housing minister Ariel Sharon (well known for expansion drive of Jewish settlements). Southern Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 4, 2000
Remains of Atar Nahal Beqa caravan camps (1991-1996) built during a period of mass immigration of Russians and Ethiopians thanks to a former housing minister Ariel Sharon (well known for expansion drive of Jewish settlements). Southern Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 4, 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
Bedouin Market behind the bridge. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 13, 2000
Old City, with a tree in bloom. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 20, 2000
Bedouin Market behind the bridge. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 13, 2000
Bet Eshel Street in Old City. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 20, 2000
Old Turkish Railway Station. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 24, 2000
Near K.K.L. Pedestrian Mall in Old City. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 20, 2000
K.K.L. pedestrian mall in downtown Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 25, 2000
The house at Ben Gurion Boulevard. 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
A country road through pine forest 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
Apartment houses in Shekhuna Vaw district of Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 21, 2000
Abandoned large mosque in downtown Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 25, 2000
A cafe on Trumpeldor(?) Street in Old City. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 8, 2000
British Army World War I cemetery. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 24, 2000
K.K.L. Pedestrian Mall in Old City at Saturday. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 8, 2000
Weeds on Ben Gurion Boulevard at spring. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 25, 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
Abandoned large mosque in Beer-Sheva downtown. 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
Home of the manager of Turkish Railway Station. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 24, 2000
A street in upscale Ramot residential area. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 21, 2000
Shops in Old City of Beer-Sheva closed for Saturday (Sabbath). The Middle East, April 20, 2000
A Russian shop Odessa Saloon in Old City of Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, April 20, 2000
Abandoned school for Bedouin children in Beer-Sheva downtown. The Middle East, April 20, 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
Unknown person at Itzhak Rager Street near Kanyon Hanegev supermarket. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 21, 2001
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
Railroad Turkish Bridge (blown up by Israelis in 1948 for security). Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 13, 2000
A donkey (?) bone in Negev Desert, west from road to Tel Aviv. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 21, 2000
Vandalized tombstones of enemies on abandoned Muslim Cemetery in downtown 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
Central supermarket Canion Hanegev with election posters for Ehud Barak on Itzhak Rager Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, January 26, 2001
A parched garden in Negev Desert opposite to northern railway station (the desert is as arid as ever despite D. Ben Gurion s vision). Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, May 19, 2000
Old Turkish railroad water tower situated among residential buildings on Rambam Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 24, 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
Unknown persons in front of a monument of Abraham Halman at Itzhak Rager Street near Kanyon Hanegev supermarket. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 21, 2001
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
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
Old City of Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, February 18, 2000
Old City of Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, March 10, 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
A cat near Ringelblum Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 22, 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
A cat near Ringelblum Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 23, 2000
At Ben Mattithiau Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 2, 2000
Industrial Zone in Beer-Sheva. The Middle East, March 5, 2000
Cacti in Old Cemetery. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 4, 2000
A cat near Ringelblum Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, September 23, 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
"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
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

Picture archives | Full List | Statistics | Home page