I took a picture of this piss take of ‘The Immovable ladder’ from the The Church of The Holy Sepluchre (Cruxifiction location) , Jerusalem on a gas station in Tel Aviv. below is the original ladder and some info from wikipedia.
Under the status quo, no part of what is designated as common territory may be so much as rearranged without consent from all communities. This often leads to the neglect of badly needed repairs when the communities cannot come to an agreement among themselves about the final shape of a project. Just such a disagreement has delayed the renovation of the edicule, where the need is now dire, but also where any change in the structure might result in a change to the status quo disagreeable to one or more of the communities.
A less grave sign of this state of affairs is located on a window ledge over the church’s entrance. Someone placed a wooden ladder there sometime before 1852, when the status quo defined both the doors and the window ledges as common ground. The ladder remains there to this day, in almost exactly the same position it can be seen to occupy in century-old photographs and engravings.This entry was posted in Diary. Bookmark the permalink. ← Previous Post Hess is More Live at some West Side Strip Club, Yeah ! →