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Florentine neighborhood - a view from the south
Standing to a height of 142 meters, Shalom tower (middle) was the city's first skyscraper and the tallest building in the Middle East at the time.
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.
High-end giclee print on EPSON Premium canvas using the latest technology in digital printmaking. All materials are acid-free to avoid fading colour.