The Museum for Islamic Art in Jerusalem is just across the street from President Shimon Peres' official residence.
Judging from the big banner on the side of the museum, they are showing an exhibit of photos from Yemen taken by Israeli photo journalist Naftali Hilger.
See beautiful examples at the website.
About the photo above, the caption says "A Muslim woman in Tihama, 1996. There is no law that sets a dress code, but social norms call for women to keep their faces covered."
And for Monday Doorways here are the two front doors of the museum.
Make sure to enlarge the first photo to enjoy the amazing skin decorations.
This post is a little tour for Our World Tuesday.
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