Pinsteps. Palm Street Beer Sheva
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Palmach Street is one of the oldest streets in the city, designed during the reign of the Turkish Empire. Today, the street is undergoing reconstruction, but fragments of the architecture of buildings of the early 20th century speak about its history. At this place was a large bazaar, which was the central bazaar of the Negev in the 60s of the 20th century. Translated with Google Translate


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Be'er Sheva

Walking tour of the historical part of Be'er Sheva from the old railway station, the monument to the steam locomotive and Turkish troops from the First World War, through the city park and historical wells that gave the city its name, to the big mosque and art museum, Allenby park and the obelisk to the British general, and finally walks the English war cemetery with several interesting tombstones. Translated with Google Translate

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