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Jerusalem . A micro mini lego representation of the city of Jerusalem in the days of King Solomon...Enjoy! . After having completed the books of Genesis - Kings, I decided I wanted to try to create a visual display of the city of Jerusalem. I tried to include as much detai as possible, but some of the obvious ones are: The Palace of King Solomon, King Davids Palace, the many different entrances, the House of the Forest of Leb'a-non, Mt Zion, Mt Moria, The Temple (the house of the true God)... Anyway, please let me know what you think. Please do not post any negative comments, as this was not created to ignite controversy. Respectful and positive comments are always greatly appreciated! Enjoy!

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