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Description Photo taken in 1893: installation of the Hakham Bachi of Jérusalem at the Yohanan Ben-Zakai synagogue.
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Source Wikipedia in English. First loaded by Chesdovi on September 21, 2006
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  • If the copyrights are owned by the State, not acquired from a private person, and there is no special agreement between the State and the author — on 1 January of the 51st year after the creation of the work (paragraphs 36 and 42 in the 2007 statute).
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