Banksy's Art Adorns New Hotel
A Palestinian guest house packed with artwork of the elusive British graffiti artist Banksy unveiled itself Friday in the West Bank city of Bethlehem. According to the associated press, the hotel is filled with politically-charged work done by the famous artist. The whole project took 14 months to complete. It was kept under complete secrecy, in accordance with Banksy's request to protect his anonymity. The Hotel's owner jokes the establishment has the quote "worst view in the world." It's situated next to the West Bank separation barrier erected by Israel to ward off potential Palestinian attackers.
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