The Seven Candlesticks of Capitol Hill is a black metal building, and Capitol Hill is also a very famous place. The candlesticks are quite large in area. Once you enter here, you can see the landscape of the core area.
The giant gold lighthouse, which is cast in bronze and 5m high and 4m wide, is created by a famous sculptor, Abramovich Aibandau. It has nine reliefs, mostly from Bible stories.
The Capitol Hill candlestick, which stands on the Jerusalem Capitol Hill, is a seven-piece candlestick symbolizing the Jewish people. Among the candlesticks are the six other symbols of God's creation of the heavens and the earth, except the one that stands at the top of the center, which represents the Sabbath. Across the street from the Capitol, a helicopter crashed down and left as the Israeli prime minister's car drove into the building.
After the establishment of Israel on 1949 5 14, the seven candelabra became the official emblem of the state of Israel. The seven candlesticks of Capitol Hill, on Capitol Hill in Jerusalem, are the ceremonial objects of Judaism. The candlestick at the top of the candlestick stands for the Sabbath, and the other six symbolizes the creation of the heavens and the earth. Today it is visible in many Israeli Government buildings and in Israeli courts, official documents, presidential meetings, Israeli embassies all over the world. It is a symbol of the State of Israel!
The seven-horned candlestick, the main design of the national emblem of Israel, had seven lampholders, which could be inserted into candles or put oil on them, and were the emblem of Judaism, and later became the emblem of ancient Judaism.