BEN YEHUDA ST.

My family spent several fascinating hours exploring the building, designed by Arthur Loomis Harmon, whose firm built the Empire State Building at around the same time in the early 1930s. From the observation gallery atop the bell tower with its art-deco flourishes, to the subterranean room for silent prayer, its construction is an homage to Jewish, Christian and Muslim themes and sensitivities.

BEN YEHUDA ST.

My family spent several fascinating hours exploring the building, designed by Arthur Loomis Harmon, whose firm built the Empire State Building at around the same time in the early 1930s. From the observation gallery atop the bell tower with its art-deco flourishes, to the subterranean room for silent prayer, its construction is an homage to Jewish, Christian and Muslim themes and sensitivities.

BEN YEHUDA ST.

My family spent several fascinating hours exploring the building, designed by Arthur Loomis Harmon, whose firm built the Empire State Building at around the same time in the early 1930s. From the observation gallery atop the bell tower with its art-deco flourishes, to the subterranean room for silent prayer, its construction is an homage to Jewish, Christian and Muslim themes and sensitivities.

BEN YEHUDA ST.

My family spent several fascinating hours exploring the building, designed by Arthur Loomis Harmon, whose firm built the Empire State Building at around the same time in the early 1930s. From the observation gallery atop the bell tower with its art-deco flourishes, to the subterranean room for silent prayer, its construction is an homage to Jewish, Christian and Muslim themes and sensitivities.

BEN YEHUDA ST.

My family spent several fascinating hours exploring the building, designed by Arthur Loomis Harmon, whose firm built the Empire State Building at around the same time in the early 1930s. From the observation gallery atop the bell tower with its art-deco flourishes, to the subterranean room for silent prayer, its construction is an homage to Jewish, Christian and Muslim themes and sensitivities.

BEN YEHUDA ST.

My family spent several fascinating hours exploring the building, designed by Arthur Loomis Harmon, whose firm built the Empire State Building at around the same time in the early 1930s. From the observation gallery atop the bell tower with its art-deco flourishes, to the subterranean room for silent prayer, its construction is an homage to Jewish, Christian and Muslim themes and sensitivities.

BEN YEHUDA ST.

My family spent several fascinating hours exploring the building, designed by Arthur Loomis Harmon, whose firm built the Empire State Building at around the same time in the early 1930s. From the observation gallery atop the bell tower with its art-deco flourishes, to the subterranean room for silent prayer, its construction is an homage to Jewish, Christian and Muslim themes and sensitivities.

BEN YEHUDA ST.

Ben Yehuda Street is named after Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, the reviver of the modern language of Hebrew. he was fascinated with the language, and spent his life recreating a language that was only spoken for religious activities. He passed in 1922 and soon after the street was named after him. Ben Yehuda street is part of the three streets that form the triangle of the downtown central business district.

ALLENBY ST.

British General Edmund Allenby liberated Israel from the Ottoman Turks near the end of World War I. In 1918, dignitaries of the first modern city in Israel decided to name the first wide street in the city after Allenby to commemorate his accomplishments. The name Allenby means much more i Israel than it does in Britain, where it is a forgotten piece of history. Today, Allenby Street serves as a main shopping and culture hub for Tel Aviv residents, as well as the "place to be" for popping nightlife.

HAYARKON ST.

Named after HaYarkon River which flows through North Tel Aviv, HaYarkon Street runs parallel to Tel Aviv's beach and coastline. The street once housed the site of Israel's first Knesset, but is now primarily residential with apartments featuring stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.

HACARMEL ST.

HaCarmel Street runs along Shuk HaCarmel, the largest outdoor marketplace in Tel Aviv. Vendors sell everything from fruit and spices to clothing and electronics, and in recent years, the Shuk has become a trendy spot for restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and food stands.

ROTHSCHILD BLVD

The spacious thoroughfare of Rothschild Boulevard filled with runners, cyclists, and electric scooterers tells the story of the history of Tel Aviv, beginning with Independence Hall, the location commemorating the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948. The street is one of the oldest in Tel Aviv, and is named after Baron Edmond James de Rothschild, the Jewish and Zionist banker who donated significant funds to Israel's development. Today the street is one of the most expensive in the city and serves as a prominent tourist attraction.

SHEINKIN ST.

Menachem Sheinkin was a Zionist who fought for the integration of artisans as equally-valued pioneers and members of the Israeli workforce. The street in his name runs East/West from Magen David Square to Rothschild Boulevard, and is considered to be one of the most stylish streets in the city.

MACHANE YEHUDA ST.

Machane Yehuda, commonly known as "The Shuk," is the most robust Jewish marketplace in all of Israel, and possibly, the world. The main road through the Shuk features a frenzy of baked goods, produce, nuts, and clothing, each vendor screaming that their products are the cheapest you can find.

IBN GABIROL ST.

Solomon Ibn Gabirol was born in Spain in the early 1020's, and spent his life in constant turmoil. He never settled down or got married, but he always had his poetry. He started writing at a young age, and by 17 he had already composed five poems. Many of his poems focused on the relationship between nature and man and how man is to act. Little is known about the rest of his life, but his poems have been remembered throughout history.

BEZALEL ST.

Bezalel Street in Jerusalem is named for the eponymous biblical figure, appointed by Moses to oversee the construction of the Tabernacle. The street is the borderline between the old neighborhoods of Nachlaot and Rechavya, and is a short walk from Ben Yehuda Street and Jerusalem's City Center.

HILLEL ST.

Hillel street, named after the famous Rabbi, is a popular street in Jerusalem with many new and exciting restaurants. Even more interesting about it, it runs parallel to Shammai Street, named after Hillel's famous talmudic debater. The two streets are only a few dozen meters apart, but never cross, just as the two Rabbis rarely agreed on Halachic issues.

AZA ST.

Aza Street in Jerusalem is named after the Gaza Strip next to southwest Israel. The street is the main road through the neighborhood of Rechavya, and runs towards Gan Sacher, Jerusalem's largest park and home of the Knesset and other governmental buildings.

SGULA ST.

Sgula street is named after the Moshav, Sgula, in central Israel near Gaza. The name originates from Exodus and means special treasure. Sgula street is home to many restaurants, cafes, and a beautiful park.

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