At the center of this papercut, we see Jerusalem as often depicted in old descriptions of the city. Four of the seventy names of Jerusalem grace the four corners of the papercut. On top right ƒ?? Moriah, which is also the name of the mountain on top of which the King Solomon built the First Temple (Chronicles II, 3, 1). On bottom right ƒ?? Jerusalem. On bottom left - Hephzi-bah, which means 'my delight is in her' (Isaiah 62, 4). On top left ƒ?? Ariel ((Isaiah 29, 1). Each papercut is an artpiece and is delivered with a top and bottom layer of Perspex , which is a hard acrylic transparent cover front and back and suitable for hanging easily and weatherproof for outdoors and indoors. Made in Israel with love.