Pinsteps. Abrasha Park, Jaffa
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In 1936, under the growing discontent and protest over Jewish immigration to British Palestine, the Jaffa Arabs carried out a Jewish pogrom. The same year is considered the beginning of the great Arab rebellion against the British, which lasted until 1939. The British destroyed most of Jaffa, which today forms the tourist part of the city. This operation was called "Anchor" - in the form of a general outline of the streets along which explosive work took place. Up to the end of the 50s this part of the city was in ruins and only in the 60s a modern park was laid out here. He bears the name of Abraham Shekhterman - a great enthusiast and inspirer of the project for the restoration and reconstruction of this part of the city. Translated with Google Translate


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Jaffa - from the promenade to the promenade

This unhurried walk from the embankment through the old city to another part of the embankment will allow you to fully understand and feel the old part of the city of Jaffa. Walking along the promenade from the famous ledge resembling the bow of a ship to the customs building, we learn the history of an important port city, and, having understood from the port along the stairs to its narrow streets, we plunge into the kingdom of the east. But not for long will we be accompanied by a sense of fairy tales of a thousand and one nights. The modern history of Jaffa will slightly open the veil on his creative and pictorial side. These are galleries, monuments, sculptures, a constant floating orange and zodiac signs with a wish bridge. We conclude our walk by going down along the house of Simon Tanner to the English part of the port to its restaurants, shops and the famous scales, which served the English customs faithfully in a difficult fight against smugglers. By the way, from the roof of the house of the tanner Simon almost two thousand years ago, Christianity began its journey to Rome. Translated with Google Translate

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