Definitely, Israel is the most culturally dense country per square meter that I have had the opportunity to visit. In it lives a constant clash of civilizations, ideas and religious beliefs. All equally deep and complex. In Israel, many of us get historical reasons for belonging that go beyond even the religious theme, and I am referring to demographic and anthropological issues in the development of the West.
But focusing properly on this photograph that I took in Israel, I remember that these Corinthian capitals, the roof and the building of a religious nature, I felt them for a moment, as taken out of context. If you are not careful, this is a place in the world where artistic manifestations of times and moments can catch you off guard, which, being in the Middle East, you can consider distant.
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