A golden shrine to Einstein to shadow over Jerusalem's holy places
A 25-story building shaped like a helmet and colored gold is slated to be built on Mount Scopus, in a project expected to stir controversy in the holy city.
A huge 25-story building shaped like a helmet and sheathed in a material that looks like gold is expected to be built on Mount Scopus, one of the highest points in Jerusalem, in a plan for founding a center dedicated to the heritage of Jewish physicist Albert Einstein. The building plans were submitted recently by the Jerusalem Development Authority to the regional building and planning committee.
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