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Shabazi Street – a look at Shalom Tower
The tower was built in 1965 at one end of Herzl Street, on the ruins of the "Herzliya Gymnasium" building, which was one of the most impressive and unique buildings erected in the early days of Tel Aviv.
Shabazi Street separates the Neve Zedek neighborhood from the Shabazi neighborhood, founded in the 1880's and 1890's, before the city was established. More or less a hundred years later, the municipal preservation plans turned these neighborhoods into
popular residential areas and a home to many designer stores, cafes, restaurants and leisure spots.
The street is named after Rabbi Shalom Shabazi (1619-1710), considered one of the greatest poets of the Jews of Yemen, who often expressed his yearning for the land of Israel and redemption in his poems.
High-end giclee print on EPSON Premium canvas using the latest technology in digital printmaking. All materials are acid-free to avoid fading colour.