Not that money makes the poet, but if you think about it, you'll realize that Bialik had quite an audience in his day. And, as a result, became somewhat of a cultural founding father of the modern State of Israel. While others focused on physical security, he worked on the cultural plane. His house shows you a combination of modesty in scale with exquisite taste. The custom tiles on the downstairs living room are both beautiful and symbolic. On one framing column, a tile illustrates the Roman coin "Judea Capta..." and on the other, a Jewish Revolt coin showing Jerusalem reborn. Worth a special trip.
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