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Olive Columns Environmental Sculpture

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The Olive Columns environmental sculpture was deisgned by artist and member of nearby kibbutz Ran Morin wikipedia s in 1986.

It is comprised of a grove of 200 olive trees planted on the outskirts of kibbutz Ramat Rachel, around three 33-foot high pedestals topped by live olive trees

Nearby, bunkers of the crucial battles in 1948 can be seen.

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Points of Interest in the Area

ramat rachel (2) Ramat Rachel archaeologiclal site
 rachels tomb Rachel’s Tomb
 Christian pilgrims standing in front of a chapel commemorating the "Shepherds fields" in a site east of Bethlehem. Bethlehem