The Kite-Flying Festival, held annually at the Israel Museum, has become a Jerusalem tradition. Professional and amateur kite lovers from all over the country gather in Jerusalem every summer to fly kites that they designed themselves or created at the workshops held at the museum during the festival.
During the festival, the museum’s skies are transformed into a vivid display of color and shape that is visible from miles away.Jewish Press Staff
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