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December 08, 2010




Actually, I think it's a Hanukkia.
It has 9 branches, if I am not wrong.
Or maybe you call them both by the same name?


In classic Hebrew it's Menorah. It has 8 brunches, one for each day of Chanukkah and the middle higher "servant" lamp, called "shamash". In modern Hebrew it is called "chanukkiah".

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