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Gobesa is a town in southeastern Ethiopia. Located in the Arsi Zone of the Oromia Region, this town has a latitude and longitude of 07°37′N39°30′E with an elevation of 2353 meters above sea level. It is the administrative center of Sherka woreda.

Ticho House

Ticho House is a historical home in Jerusalem, Israel, now functioning as a museum, administered as part of the national Israel Museum, which includes a restaurant and cultural center. It was one of the first homes built outside the Old City walls during the 1860s.

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Anna Ticho was a Jewish artist who became famous for her drawings of the Jerusalem hills.

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