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Chagall Windows

​Magnificent, world-famous stained glass windows located in Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center

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Chagall Windows

These magnificent, world-famous stained-glass windows, designed by Marc Chagall, represent the twelve sons of Jacob, and, to a lesser extent, the twelve tribes of Israel.

 

The windows were installed in the synagogue of the new Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem in 1962 and are approximately eleven feet high and eight feet wide.

*The Chagall windows are closed for renovations

 

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