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Remains of Shiloh Sanctuary, site of Tabernacle, Israel
West Bank
Copyright: Zoran strajin
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Uploaded: 08/09/2013
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Tags: shiloh; israel; sanctuary; ruined; remains; judaism; tabernacle
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