As we approach the end of this tour, we once again encounter the works of Kizlev on a large wall. These are band-aids, symbolic of the city authorities' approach to Florintin. In Kizlev's understanding, they don't solve problems; they merely cover them up with a band-aid, leaving them to heal on their own.
But Florintin lives on. It's home to the noisiest and most famous pubs and bars in the entire area. It's a hub of street art, contemporary gentrification, and people. The people who inhabit this vibrant neighbourhood truly define it, making Florintin one of the most colourful districts in Tel Aviv.