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New menorah exhibit opens in New York
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Tonight is the second night of Hanukkah, and whether you light a menorah or not, you might want to check out a new exhibit that features menorahs from the last several hundred years.
Susan Braunstein selected 40 menorahs from The Jewish Museums trove of 1000 to put on display.
Menorahs shine bright when they're lit, but flames don't fly at a museum.
The architect Daniel Libeskind, the same man behind the master plan for the World Trade Center created this so called line of fire pedestal for the candelabras which come in all shapes and styles.
For more information on the exhibit, go to www.thejewishmuseum.org
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