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Picture: Trio of Memorial Plaques in Greek Orthodox Cemetery in Beit Jala
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submitted by Leyla Zuaiter on 02.02.2006
Copyright (2006) Leyla Zuaiter

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In the Beit Jala Greek Orthodox Cemetery, most of the graves are slotted into openings in the wall, which are then covered by a memorial plaque. Newer plaques have an image of the deceased framed by ornamental stonework. Built in flower holders of angels or saints are partially covered here by flowers.

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