Would Herzl roll over in his grave?
Will the design meant to upgrade the entrance to Mount Herzl be informed by the modesty and simplicity of the site, or will they be blotted out by a desire to further enhance its already overblown symbolism?
Fifty-eight years ago this month, construction was completed on the entrance structure that provides access to the complex at Mount Herzl in Jerusalem − a structure known for its seven gates, each set apart from the others by green shrubbery. One theory is that the gates symbolize the seven stars on the flag that Theodor Herzl suggested for the future Jewish state, or the seven-hour workday he proposed for...
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