The Temple Institute in the Old City of Jerusalem operates as a centre for researching the history of the Jerusalem Temple. The institute scrupulously recreated the priests' clothes, utensils, and detailed models of the Second Temple. The centre provides organized groups with explanations about what the seven-branched candlestick looked like, the oil used in it, what jugs were for storing and using oil, and what colours were used in dyeing fabrics and threads of clothing of the Levites and Coens. Everything has been recreated to the smallest detail in this unique place. In addition to exhibitions and explanations, the institute presents vast literature and essential scientific and popular publications regarding the history of the first and second Jerusalem temples.
In the photo professor, Hillel Wise lights the Hanukkah Candles By פרופ' הלל ויס - פרופ' הלל ויס, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=55064118