Among all the walls on this street, the wall of this house looks a bit strange. It is devoid of graffiti. Only on the door is Theodor Herzl, the founder of Zionism and the prophet of the state, depicted in a youthful fashion with a dashing forelock and a third eye - an integral symbol of Florentine graffiti. The fact is that a family has settled here who wrote on the doors of their house that they do not want the walls to be painted with graffiti. They noted that they appreciate artists and their thoughts very much and invite everyone to their house for a cup of coffee with cookies to talk about graffiti and self-expression and that they will find a lot in common. As you can see, their desire is respected, the walls are clean, and we can't say how many heartfelt conversations about life have taken place within the walls of this house.