The museum of Bible is a temple of light shining into the world, located just three blocks aways from the United States Capitol in Washington D.C.. Thousands of sparkles defeat darkness in a sacred place dedicated to the Bible - an artifact worth of 3,500 years of history.
Five concentric crystal lights diverging into the distance decorate the ceiling of the ballroom which is inspired by the Versailles. A gentle dance of light is orchestrated by 75 thousand precisely cut crystal beads.
The LASVIT lighting designed by Věra Soukupová is the symbol of the word of God who is the lamp to one’s feet and the light to one’s path as it is written in the Bible itself.
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