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Israel Museum designed by Al Mansfeld in 1965

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Israel Museum
on March 18, 2015
Israel Museum designed by Al Mansfeld in 1965

Designed by Russian-born architect Al Mansfeld, the museum is located atop Neveh Sha’anan, the Hill of Tranquility, in Jerusalem. The structure was a cutting-edge example of modular building: it consists of 120-square-foot units that can be grouped together or sit on their own.

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