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Hanukkah Collection

"Hanukkah: A Celebration of Light and Miracles" The Jewish festival of Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights

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Jewish festival of Hanukkah, three hanukiah with four candles each, Jerusalem, Israel, Middle East

Background imageHanukkah Collection: Talmud artwork in Hertzliya synagogue, Hertzliya, Israel, Middle East

Talmud artwork in Hertzliya synagogue, Hertzliya, Israel, Middle East

Background imageHanukkah Collection: Boy lighting Hanukkah candles

Boy lighting Hanukkah candles

Background imageHanukkah Collection: Hanoukias (Hanukkah menorahs), Galilee, Israel, Middle East

Hanoukias (Hanukkah menorahs), Galilee, Israel, Middle East

Background imageHanukkah Collection: Hanukkah candelabra, Paris, France, Europe

Hanukkah candelabra, Paris, France, Europe

Background imageHanukkah Collection: The lightning of a Menorah, 1850

The lightning of a Menorah, 1850
3330763 The lightning of a Menorah, 1850; (add.info.: Engraving depicting the lightning of a Menorah (Sabbath Lights) on the first day of the Sabbath

Background imageHanukkah Collection: Leviticus: The Great Day of Atonement, the Scapegoat at the Time of Sacrifice - Engraving from a

Leviticus: The Great Day of Atonement, the Scapegoat at the Time of Sacrifice - Engraving from a Bible by Louis Isaac
FGL5483268 Leviticus: The Great Day of Atonement, the Scapegoat at the Time of Sacrifice - Engraving from a Bible by Louis Isaac Lemaistre De Sacy (1613-1684)

Background imageHanukkah Collection: Leviticus: The Death of the Sons of Aaron Nadab and Abihu - Engraving from a Bible of De sacy, 1837

Leviticus: The Death of the Sons of Aaron Nadab and Abihu - Engraving from a Bible of De sacy, 1837
FGL5483266 Leviticus: The Death of the Sons of Aaron Nadab and Abihu - Engraving from a Bible of De sacy, 1837; Private Collection; Fototeca Gilardi

Background imageHanukkah Collection: judaism hanukkah festival

judaism hanukkah festival
Alina Gurfinkel

Background imageHanukkah Collection: Hanukkah Candle

Hanukkah Candle
Bruno Lavi

Background imageHanukkah Collection: The Tabernacle and its contents (engraving)

The Tabernacle and its contents (engraving)
7172314 The Tabernacle and its contents (engraving) by European School, (17th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Tabernacle and its contents (Exodus 25-28)

Background imageHanukkah Collection: Snow Hanukkah

Snow Hanukkah
Sergey Boyko

Background imageHanukkah Collection: The Arch of Titus, 1855, 1855. Creator: Robert MacPherson

The Arch of Titus, 1855, 1855. Creator: Robert MacPherson
The Arch of Titus, 1855, 1855. A work made of albumen silver print

Background imageHanukkah Collection: The Jews of London by Lucien Wolf (litho)

The Jews of London by Lucien Wolf (litho)
609851 The Jews of London by Lucien Wolf (litho) by Finnemore, Joseph (1860-1939); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Jews of London by Lucien Wolf; from The Graphic)

Background imageHanukkah Collection: Mattathias revolt against the Syrian Greeks (mosaic)

Mattathias revolt against the Syrian Greeks (mosaic)
702660 Mattathias revolt against the Syrian Greeks (mosaic) by Italian School, (12th century); Abbazia di San Colombano, Bobbio, Piacenza

Background imageHanukkah Collection: JGM12116WT172

JGM12116WT172
Menorah

Background imageHanukkah Collection: A Scroll

A Scroll

Background imageHanukkah Collection: Lighting the Menorah (woodcut) (b / w photo)

Lighting the Menorah (woodcut) (b / w photo)
XJF115892 Lighting the Menorah (woodcut) (b/w photo) by Jewish School; Private Collection; out of copyright

Background imageHanukkah Collection: Gold-wrapped chocolate coins traditionally given to children as Hanukkah presents

Gold-wrapped chocolate coins traditionally given to children as Hanukkah presents

Background imageHanukkah Collection: Plate of potato cakes decorated with blue icing

Plate of potato cakes decorated with blue icing

Background imageHanukkah Collection: Plate of Latkes, traditional Hanukkah fried potato cakes, view from above

Plate of Latkes, traditional Hanukkah fried potato cakes, view from above

Background imageHanukkah Collection: The Menorah sculpture by Benno Elkan at the entrance to the Knesset, the Israeli Parliament

The Menorah sculpture by Benno Elkan at the entrance to the Knesset, the Israeli Parliament, Jerusalem, Israel, Middle East

Background imageHanukkah Collection: USA, Washington, Bellevue. Menorah with all candles lit for Chanukah

USA, Washington, Bellevue. Menorah with all candles lit for Chanukah



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"Hanukkah: A Celebration of Light and Miracles" The Jewish festival of Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, is a joyous occasion that commemorates the miracle of the oil in the ancient Temple in Jerusalem. This eight-day festival holds great significance for Jews around the world. In Hertzliya, Israel, Middle East, one can witness the beauty of Talmud artwork adorning the walls of the synagogue. The intricate designs depict stories from Jewish history and teachings. A heartwarming sight during Hanukkah is that of a young boy lighting Hanukkah candles. Each night, an additional candle is lit on the hanoukias (Hanukkah menorahs), symbolizing hope and faith. The flickering flame on each Hanukkah candle represents not only historical events but also personal reflections. It reminds us to kindle our own inner light and spread warmth to those around us. Looking back at history, we find depictions such as "The Tabernacle and its contents" engraved with meticulous detail. These artifacts remind us of our rich heritage and traditions passed down through generations. Even amidst snowy landscapes, families come together to celebrate this festive occasion. Snow-covered Hanukkah brings an added sense of enchantment to these special days filled with love and unity. Reflecting on our past struggles against oppression, we remember Mattathias' revolt against Syrian Greeks depicted in a captivating mosaic. This tale serves as a reminder that even in times when darkness seems overwhelming; miracles are possible through determination and resilience. From London's vibrant Jewish community captured by Lucien Wolf's lithograph to Paris' elegant Hanukkah candelabra standing tall in Europe - these symbols showcase how this festival unites Jews across borders while embracing their unique cultural expressions. As we light each candle on our own hanoukia during this Judaism Hanukkah festival, let us cherish moments of togetherness, gratitude, and hope.