The largest chanoekia (menorah) of the world is since 25-11-2013 situated next to the building of the organization "Christians for Israel" in the Dutch city Nijkerk. The nine-branched candelabrum in the form of the Star of David, is almost 12 meters high. The first candle will ligted up Wednesday 27-11-2013 at the start of the Jewish festival of lights, Hanukkah (commemoration of the dedication of the temple in the year 164 BC). The nine-branched candelabrum refers to the menorah in the Temple in Jerusalem, which miraculously kept burning for eight days on the oil for just one day. Foto: VidiP

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The largest chanoekia (menorah) of the world is since 25-11-2013 situated next to the building of the organization "Christians for Israel" in the Dutch city Nijkerk. The nine-branched candelabrum in the form of the Star of David, is almost 12 meters high. The first candle will ligted up Wednesday 27-11-2013 at the start of the Jewish festival of lights, Hanukkah (commemoration of the dedication of the temple in the year 164 BC). The nine-branched candelabrum refers to the menorah in the Temple in Jerusalem, which miraculously kept burning for eight days on the oil for just one day. Foto: VidiP
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The largest chanoekia (menorah) of the world is since 25-11-2013 situated next to the building of the organization "Christians for Israel" in the Dutch city Nijkerk. The nine-branched candelabrum in the form of the Star of David, is almost 12 meters high. The first candle will ligted up Wednesday 27-11-2013 at the start of the Jewish festival of lights, Hanukkah (commemoration of the dedication of the temple in the year 164 BC). The nine-branched candelabrum refers to the menorah in the Temple in Jerusalem, which miraculously kept burning for eight days on the oil for just one day. Foto: VidiPhoto dpa - NETHERLANDS OUT

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