Moving time  2 saat 18 dakika

süre  3 saat 52 dakika

Koordinat sayısı 3518

Uploaded 30 Kasım 2018 Cuma

Recorded Kasım 2018

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34 m
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23,72 km

68 kere bakıldı , 2 kere indirildi

yer Tokhnit Lamed, Tel Aviv (Israel)

Easy Urbanic ride in Tel Aviv from the nieth (Riding power plant) to Jaffa in the south along the beach and back in wastern track.
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Port of Tel Aviv

Port of Tel Aviv not in use as a port, converted to entertainment place with shops restaurants bars etc. The slogan mean TO LOVE IV = TEL AVIV
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Port of Tel Aviv

Port of Tel Aviv not in use as a port, converted to entertainment place with shops restaurants bars etc. The slogan mean TO LOVE IV = TEL AVIV
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Old Jaffa

Old Jaffa - the ancient port of the middle mediterranean shore, now mainly use for fishermen
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The beach of Tel Aviv - View to the north

The beach of Tel Aviv - View to the north from view point on the border between Tel Aviv and Jaffa
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Port of Jaffa

The ancient port of the middle mediterranean shore, now mainly use for fishermen
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Charch in Jaffa

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The old train station from Jaffa to Jerusalem

Old train wagon in the old train station from Jaffa to Jerusalem. Now converted to entertainment place with shops restaurants etc.
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Old train station from Jaffa to Jerusalem

Old train station from Jaffa to Jerusalem. Now converted to entertainment place with shops restaurants etc.
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Israel Defense Forces History Museum

Near by the Old train station from Jaffa to Jerusalem - Israel Defense Forces History Museum - Weapon collection of IDF
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The Carmel Market

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Carmel Market is a marketplace in Tel Aviv, Israel. The market is bordered by Allenby Street and Magen David Square and is principally located along Carmel Street (which becomes King George Street after Magen David Square), but has expanded over time to streets such as Nahalat Binyamin Street. The market is open every day of the week, except Shabbat (Saturday), and sells mostly food but also a variety of items such as home accessories, and flowers. Tuesdays and Fridays are the signature days at the market as several independent artists and vendors sell unique crafts, art, and jewellery along Nahalat Binyamin Street.
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Trumpeldor Cemetery (The old Tel Aviv cemetery)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Coordinates: 32°4′32.27″N 34°46′12.12″E Trumpeldor cemetery, often referred to as the "Old Cemetery," is a historic cemetery on Trumpeldor Street in Tel Aviv, Israel. The cemetery covers 10.6 acres, and contains approximately 5,000 graves. History The cemetery was founded in 1902 on a tract of unoccupied land in Jaffa, six years before the founding of Ahuzat Bayit, the first neighborhood of Tel Aviv. Buried there are the city's founders, early residents, and cultural and historical figures, including Moshe Sharett, the second Prime Minister of Israel.[1] When the cemetery opened, its location was far from populated areas but today it is located in downtown Tel Aviv, north of Trumpeldor Street, between Hovevei Zion and Zion Pinsker streets, where its three entry gates are located. The eastern gate is the oldest. The main gate (center) was opened in 1926 with the interment of the remains of Max Nordau. Today, only persons holding plots purchased long ago and a small number willing to pay many thousands of dollars are buried there. The eastern section is the oldest and includes the tombs of the early leaders in Tel Aviv, and Jews from Jaffa. The remains of well-known persons may be found in the southwest corner. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission, who list the cemetery as Tel Aviv Jewish Cemetery, maintain one Commonwealth service war grave, of a Jewish soldier of the British Royal Fusiliers (1920).[2]
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Trumpeldor Cemetery (The old Tel Aviv cemetery)

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Trumpeldor Cemetery (The old Tel Aviv cemetery) - Dizengof grave

The grave of Meer Yankelevich Dizengof, 25 February 1861 – 23 September 1936) was a Zionist politician and the first mayor of Tel Aviv (1911-1922 as head of town planning, 1922-1936 as mayor). Dizengof street in Tel Aviv was called on his name and Dizengof square on this street was called on the name of his wife Zina.
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Trumpeldor Cemetery (The old Tel Aviv cemetery) - Arik Einstein (Isreali famous singer) grave

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arik_Einstein
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Rabin Square in Tel Aviv

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Municipality of Tel Aviv in Rabin Square

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Memorial in the the murder of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin

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Memorial in the the murder of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin

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The Yrkon River - View from Iben Gavirol street

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Yrkon River

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Riding Power Plant and the old light house in Tel Aviv

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