Pinsteps. Jaffa street
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During the Turkish Ottoman Empire, it was the current street of Jaffa that turned into an important road that went south to Jaffa. Built by the British, Atzmaut Street, parallel to it, was originally called King George the Fifth Street. It was built on an artificial embankment, which created a deep pier and which reclaimed a gentle space from the sea for the construction of a new transport artery: King George Street and the railway. Today this part of the city is very picturesque and abounds in beautiful old houses and small eateries. Only on this patch, in addition to the recommended Nimer shuarma, there is also a wonderful Strudel restaurant. But, since he does not fall into the Street Food category, they talk about him on another excursion. Translated with Google Translate


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Haifa Street Food

Two hours in the lower town will discover the most popular street food in Haifa. A bit of history and how it all began, well, just taste what you like! Bon Appetit!

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