Dalia Edelsborg was only “a meter-and-a-half” tall, said her son, Daniel, “but she was larger than life.” She passed away on March 27 after contracting COVID-19.

A woman of culture, literature and a writer, she toured around the globe. Her last trip was to Egypt, where she had always dreamed of seeing the pyramids.

“At 76, she fulfilled her dream,” said her son.

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