A sign of the Jerusalem "The Built Heritage" series, a project initiated by architectural historian David Kroyanker in 1993, in which buildings of historic value were commemorated in central Jerusalem.
The signs were designed by Harel Designers Office, and the logo is in the form of a relief of a rosette window ("Rosetta").
The compound was photographed that day Click for a larger image
The text that appears in the QR code is: Italian Jewry Museum: Take an instructional film (up to 30 seconds) about the place according to the signs in the plaza. Translation of the text on the sign
Symbol of "Jerusalem - the built heritage"
[The main text appears in English]
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