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Languages from around the World (144) Furlan ----- Located on the Mount of Olives [in Jerusalem], the walls are decorated with over 140 ceramic tiles, each one inscribed with the Lord’s Prayer in a different language.

Detail of Grethe Wittrock: Heart Blood, 2003. Walhanging, dyed paper-yarn in 6 red colours/some lacquered, knotted on steelplate, 140 x 120 cm.

Languages from around the World (156) Beas ----- Located on the Mount of Olives [in Jerusalem], the walls are decorated with over 140 ceramic tiles, each one inscribed with the Lord’s Prayer in a different language.

Languages from around the World (166) Gruerien ----- Located on the Mount of Olives [in Jerusalem], the walls are decorated with over 140 ceramic tiles, each one inscribed with the Lord’s Prayer in a different language.

Languages from around the World (100) Hongrois ----- Located on the Mount of Olives [in Jerusalem], the walls are decorated with over 140 ceramic tiles, each one inscribed with the Lord’s Prayer in a different language.

Languages from around the World (132) Espagnol ----- Located on the Mount of Olives [in Jerusalem], the walls are decorated with over 140 ceramic tiles, each one inscribed with the Lord’s Prayer in a different language.

Languages from around the World (164) Portugais ----- Located on the Mount of Olives [in Jerusalem], the walls are decorated with over 140 ceramic tiles, each one inscribed with the Lord’s Prayer in a different language.

Languages from around the World (92) Bengali ----- Located on the Mount of Olives [in Jerusalem], the walls are decorated with over 140 ceramic tiles, each one inscribed with the Lord’s Prayer in a different language.

Languages from around the World (168) Batak ----- Located on the Mount of Olives [in Jerusalem], the walls are decorated with over 140 ceramic tiles, each one inscribed with the Lord’s Prayer in a different language.

Languages from around the World (145) Asturianu ----- Located on the Mount of Olives [in Jerusalem], the walls are decorated with over 140 ceramic tiles, each one inscribed with the Lord’s Prayer in a different language.