Tribute to Jerusalem

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Tribute to Jerusalem sculpture

Tribute to Jerusalem is a permanent sculpture in Holland Square, near Mount Herzl in Jerusalem. It is at the corner of Kiryat Yovel Street and Ein Karem. The sculpture's popular nickname is "the red sculpture". The sculpture stands at a view point overlooking the Jerusalem Forest and Ein Kerem. The sculpture was made in 1977 by Alexander Calder.

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Coordinates: 31°46′16.83″N 35°10′52.93″E / 31.7713417°N 35.1813694°E / 31.7713417; 35.1813694