East in Hebrew
Thread poster: xxxwonita
xxxwonita
China
Local time: 16:57
Oct 28, 2007

Can anybody write the word "east" in Hebrew?

The inscription "east" is made on a piece of relief of Dani Caravan's memorial site "the meeting point" in Regensburg. I don't know how to read them.

Besides, it is said Dani Caravan also has his works in Japan and in South Korea. Where are his works exactly in Asia, and what special significance do they have? I can't find any clue in the internet.

I need these information for my job. Apart from a translator, I am a tourist guide as well.


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Doron Greenspan MITI  Identity Verified
Israel
Local time: 23:57
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In Japan at least Oct 28, 2007

Hi, here's how "east" is written in Hebrew:

מזרח

[spelt: Mizrah, with the "h" sounding like "ch" in the Scottish loch.]

You can find some of his international works (including Japan) here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dani_Karavan

Hoping that was useful, Doron


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xxxwonita
China
Local time: 16:57
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Thanks! Oct 28, 2007

Doron Greenspan MITI wrote:

Hi, here's how "east" is written in Hebrew:

מזרח

[spelt: Mizrah, with the "h" sounding like "ch" in the Scottish loch.]

You can find some of his international works (including Japan) here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dani_Karavan

Hoping that was useful, Doron


I will write it down now.

Bin


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Ron Armon  Identity Verified
Israel
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...and in South Korea, it's Oct 28, 2007

in the Olympic vilage in Seoul.

You can look at this presentation with a selection of his works:

http://cms.education.gov.il/NR/rdonlyres/BE283BB0-0CEC-46F9-BD40-D00553B6ADC8/32375/דניקארוון.pps

Since you cant read Hebrew - The Seole work is on slides 22-24.

[Edited at 2007-10-28 20:19]


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xxxwonita
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Local time: 16:57
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Thank you! Oct 28, 2007

Ron Armon wrote:

in the Olympic vilage in Seoul.

You can look at this presentation with a selection of his works:

http://cms.education.gov.il/NR/rdonlyres/BE283BB0-0CEC-46F9-BD40-D00553B6ADC8/32375/דניקארוון.pps

Since you cant read Hebrew - The Seole work is on slides 22-24.

[Edited at 2007-10-28 20:19]


Caravan's work in Nuremberg is translated as "way of human rights". But I would call it "street of human rights" , which is more appropriate according to its German name "Strasse der Menschenrechte". What does its Hebrew name suggest?



[Edited at 2007-10-28 20:57]


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xxxwonita
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Local time: 16:57
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Tree-like columns? Oct 28, 2007

Ron Armon wrote:

in the Olympic vilage in Seoul.

Since you cant read Hebrew - The Seole work is on slides 22-24.

[Edited at 2007-10-28 20:19]


Are the tree-like columns in the Olympic village in Seoul? What special meaning is behind the picture? Is his work in Japan also somewhere in the slides?

Thank you in advance!


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