Strolling

Tel Aviv’s First Elevator

The Passage Penske served as Tel Aviv’s first commercial center. It was designed by Yehuda Magidovich, Tel Aviv’s first city engineer, and constructed in 1925 by Mordechai (Zvi Arie) Penske, a Polish-Jewish Jew from America. Penske has an eclectic style, an eclectic style that incorporates European construction with oriental features. The passage is located at […]

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Near Tel Aviv

The Lod Mosaic Center

In a Tel Aviv suburb, an exceptionally well-preserved Roman floor mosaic depicting fish, animals, birds, and ships has been returned after a decade-long tour of some of the world’s top museums. It was discovered during highway construction in 1996, but it wasn’t displayed until 2009 after sufficient funding was donated to preserve the 1,700-year-old mosaic.An […]

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Strolling

Park Hamesila

Located in Neve Tzedek (next to Beit Lieber), Park Hamesila connects Pines Street with Elifelet Street. The park will extend 1.3 km from the sea to Nahalat Binyamin and Herzl streets downtown when the eastern section opens in the new year. It will provide a missing link in Bauhaus’s network of pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly boulevards. […]

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Strolling

The Workers’ Dormitory H

As part of the Histadrut housing project, dormitories are housing units consisting of blocks of apartments with international-style floors. The construction of one-story private homes began in 1933, but as immigration increased to Eretz Israel, high-rise buildings were built. These buildings are exceptional in size among the international style buildings. Unlike standard structures, these structures […]

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Strolling

Kuchinate Collective

The Kuchiinate collective is a collection of African asylum-seekers living in Tel Aviv who design crochet products. With all the proceeds from their sales going directly to the non-profit supporting female asylum seekers from Africa in Tel Aviv, we work in an entirely non-profit framework with them.”Kuchina is located in an industrial space, designed as […]

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Strolling

TEL AVIV PRIDE

There is no doubt that Tel Aviv Pride is one of the most significant events in Tel Aviv. It attracts thousands of people from all over the world. Every year, thousands of people come to Tel Aviv for this festival. This festival lights up the city with color and energy, proving that it is the […]

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Strolling

Tel Aviv Central Bus Station

As the world’s second-largest bus station, the once largest looks like MC Escher created it. It is the result of some miserable design and construction processes. In its original conception, the station was supposed to feature two floors: one for commerce and one for public transit, providing an alternative to Tel Aviv’s former Central Bus […]

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Eat & Drink

Amiram Pub

On the corner of Ussishkin Street, a wall painting depicting a Guinness beer exudes endless tranquility. A small bar in Ta’aruha 8 has been operated for more than 40 years behind old wooden doors. Since Amiram and his wife decided to de-tap and see the world, the bar has undergone several management changes until it’s […]

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Strolling

Beit Yitzhak Sadeh

Beit Yitzhak Sadeh is a site that includes the house Where Yizhak Sade lived in his final years and The garden around him. The house is built on a cliff that overlooks the sea at the end of Jaffa and forms.Part of a small and unique neighborhood built at the end Years of the British […]

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Strolling

BEN-GURION’S HOUSE

This is the house of Paula and David Ben-Gurion. In his will, the first Prime Minister of Israel, David Ben-Gurion, bequeathed his home to the State of Israel. Today, the house has become a public museum featuring memorabilia, historical documents, and many of his personal belongings, including an impressive collection of 20,000 books. Step inside […]

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