Sherover Promenade, Jerusalem, Israel (1989)
Like many landscapes in Israel, the Sherover Promenade is politically significant given it follows the boundary that divided Jerusalem’s Jewish and Arab populations until the Six-Day War in 1967, and it overlooks the arid white hills of the Judean desert, the Old City, the Temple Mount, and parts of Palestine's occupied West Bank. Completed in 1989, this nearly mile-long promenade was a gift to Jerusalem from Gitta Sherover in memory of her son.

Simon Roberts

Print Only: $2,500.00
Framed Print: $2,695.00
Print Size: 1080x810 mm
Frame Size: 1140x870 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Baryta 315gsm
Frame Colour: White
Exhibit: POS SR 295 15

 

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Sherover Promenade, Jerusalem, Israel (1989)

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Like many landscapes in Israel, the Sherover Promenade is politically significant given it follows the boundary that divided Jerusalem’s Jewish and Arab populations until the Six-Day War in 1967, and it overlooks the arid white hills of the Judean desert, the Old City, the Temple Mount, and parts of Palestine's occupied West Bank. Completed in 1989, this nearly mile-long promenade was a gift to Jerusalem from Gitta Sherover in memory of her son.

Photographer:
Simon Roberts

Print Only: $2,500.00

Framed Print: $2,695.00

Print Size: 1080x810 mm

Frame Size: 1140x870 mm

Exhibit: POS SR 295 15

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