Concert at Tel Aviv's Culture Palace
Concert at Tel Aviv's Culture Palace Jorge Novominsky / Flash 90

Ma'ale Adumim will not be deterred from continuing on with its normal routine despite the recent wave of terror in Israel directly striking the city in a bombing attack on Sunday. 

On Sunday evening, President Reuven Rivlin and Culture and Sports Minister Miri Regev will inaugurate the city's first Heichal HaTarbut (Culture Palace) in an official ceremony at 6:30 p.m. 

Both Rivlin and Regev will speak at the ceremony, followed by a performance of the beloved musical "Fiddler on the Roof."

Festivities will continue throughout the week with both concerts and theatrical performances at the new center. 

Located a few miles east of Jerusalem, Ma'ale Adumim is the largest city in Judea-Samaria; the Culture Palace is considered a significant addition to the city which has been in existence for 40 years. 

It is the first cultural center of its kind in the Judea-Samaria region and aims to cater to the artistic and cultural needs of audiences in the bustling city as well as the entire region. 

The Culture Palace is expected to serve the over 50 thousands residents of Gush Adumim, cities north of the Dead Sea, and the Jordan Valley. 

Ma'ale Adumim mayor Benny Kashriel praised the new Culture Palace: "We are at the heart of the national consensus. This is the best Zionist response."

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