On the Jewish Valentine's Day of Tu B'Av, Jerusalem joins some of the world's largest cities with public sculpture composed of the inscription 'I JLM'; sculpture designer Yarel Yair: 'All the streets in the area are historical, and now the present and future are marching through them.'


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