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Jaffa Old City
4.6/5
242 Reviews
Country/City
The Old Town of Jaffa is situated on the south side of Tel Aviv, on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea, typical of Tel Aviv landmarks. The wood from the Bible that was built to build the Jewish temple in Jerusalem was shipped from here. Looking south at the seaside in Tel Aviv, there are hills surrounded by houses, and there is a bell tower on the top of the hill, which is the old town of Jaffa. The stone houses and alleys in the city have now become picturesque artists and tourist centers.
White City
4.2/5
69 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
The White City is a group of modernist buildings in the center of Tel Aviv. Because its outer walls are mostly white, it is called White City. This architectural style is also known as the Bauhaus style, originating in Germany, with simple lines and asymmetrical features. Although the buildings have different shapes, the concept is the same, the floors are not high, and the balcony is long and wide, and the windows are narrow. It is not only beautiful and practical, but also has shade and warmth. It is very suitable for the Mediterranean climate of Tel Aviv.
IDC Israel Diamond Centre
4.8/5
60 Reviews
Market
The Israeli diamond industry has a long history. After the founding of Israel, with the encouragement and support of the government, some diamond and jewelry merchants began their dream of creating a diamond trading center. The Diamond Exchange has a number of offices, with a daily flow of up to 10,000 people, and a dazzling collection of diamond collections. The main body of the Diamond Trading Center consists of four connected high-rise buildings built in the 1970s and 1980s. The functions of office, transaction, inspection, exhibition, processing, retail, insurance and transportation are very complete.
Rabin Square
4.1/5
72 Reviews
Square
Initially known as King's Square in Tel Aviv, Rabin Square for all intents and purposes is situated before the place of business of Tel Aviv City Hall, not a long way from the really Chinese Embassy in Israel. On November 4, 1995, fundamentally previous entirely Israeli Prime Minister Rabin for all intents and purposes went to a peace gathering held by the fairly plain Israeli Labor Party. Rabin generally for all intents and purposes was killed while leaving the scene after the meeting. After the demise of Rabin, Israel's national distress particularly fell into distress. The Israeli government certainly chose to rename the Tel Aviv King Square to Rabin Square.

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