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Pauline

Carmel Market, Tel Aviv

Fresh pomegranate juice is common.
The sign actually says "carrot Juice" ---- strange. The word for pomegranate is "rimon", a very old word and even appears in the Hebrew Bible as, among other things, a decoration for the priestly clothing. Now is has come to mean hand grenades as well as pomegranate, presumable because the shape is the same.
 

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