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Dinner in sarona


After a wonderful dinner from the menu of five Asian cuisines, it's nice to stroll through the quiet streets of the ancient German colony of Saron in the heart of modern Tel Aviv Translated with Google Translate

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Restaurant Mina Tomei (everything is transparent in Japanese) is a special atmosphere and a collection of dishes from five Asian cuisines: Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Indian and Chinese. The menu itself is divided into five columns, each of which is devoted to one of the five cuisines of the East and Asia. In the upper part of the menu there are “simple” or “light dishes”, in the lower part of the dish, which require more long preparation. The restaurant has tables for couples, for small companies and long tables for feasts in the Asian style, when companies of young people together eat and drink, discussing certain topics. The walls are trimmed with boards or completely covered with pots of greenery, dishes of the day or dishes from the chef are written with chalk on the wall, and dim lighting complementing the atmosphere of an Asian restaurant, combined with smells, sounds, colors and colors takes you to another world, the world of Asia and East with its incomprehensible, intricate simplicity. Everything was very tasty, the girls waitresses served efficiently and kindly, explaining features of a particular dish with readiness and patience. Desserts just made an indelible impression. There are only six of them, we have chosen four and were in the seventh heaven of bliss. The price is very liberal for such a restaurant in such a prestigious place. For example, a main course costs from 50 to 90 shekels. Having had a great time, with alcohol and sweet, we left about five hundred shekels, including tips for a family of four. Translated with Google Translate

Indoor market Sarona. Its symbol is the artichoke - the most widely used vegetable in the Mediterranean cuisine. The head of the artichoke is emblazoned on the glass doors of the market. Here are the shops of the Palace of Tea and Flower. Translated with Google Translate

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The small street that leads deep into Sarona is named after Osvaldo Arany, a Brazilian statesman and diplomat who chaired the meeting of the United Nations when, in November 1947, it was decided to establish the state of Israel by a majority vote. This street leads to the entrance to the most famous modern market in Tel Aviv - the covered market of Saron. A small building with shutters on the windows is the home of Friedrich Göring, a dance teacher in the German colony of Saron. Not only good Germans, but also the “golden youth” of young Tel Aviv studied dancing in this house. After the war and the founding of the state, Pinhas Kozlov (who changed his name to Sapir in due course) settled in this house. He was a native of the town of Suwalki in Poland, the country's third finance minister, and an active member of the Mapai party, along with Yitzhak Rabin and Igal Alon. Today, among other things, Samsung has offices in this house, and one of the three Sarona skyscrapers on the first floor, on the first floor of which is located in the corner store of Saron, you can buy a wonderful bouquet of flowers. Translated with Google Translate

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The house where the Brooks sportswear shop is located today was built for Gottlieb and Paula Glenk in 1915. Born in the German colony of Saron, they were the second generation of the Glenk family who founded Saron in 1868. This house, like the house of the national assembly, is lined with concrete blocks "under stone" - products of the famous factory building materials Gera Hugo Wieland at the first railway station in Jaffa (modern Mitham aTahana). Chet Glenk grew citrus fruits and had a chicken coop. Citrus fruits were exported to Germany, and eggs were in great demand in the then young Tel Aviv. Like many other inhabitants of the German colony of Saron, openly speaking in support of the Nazi regime, the British government of Palestine exiled Glenkov to Australia in 1941. The English commandant of Saron camp, who was surrounded by barbed wire and turned into a closed area of compact German residence, was located in their house. After the war and the independence of the country, government organizations were located in this house. Speaking of the brooks brand ... Jew John Brooks Goldenberg about the same year when this house was built bought a small shoe factory in Philadelphia. Then the factory produced bath slippers and ballet shoes. John and his brother Michael turned the factory into one of the world's leading manufacturers of prestigious sports shoes. At the corner in front of the house there is a rack with Sarona's cards, but who needs a paper brochure when there are Pinsteps! Spoiling up another entrance to the Sarona Market. Translated with Google Translate

The first years of its formation, the famous Israeli intelligence Mossad spent in Saron. From here, communication was also carried out between agents and headquarters. The antenna in front of us is the historical antenna of the Mossad. It was restored in its present location along with the renovation of the entire complex. Translated with Google Translate

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This house was built by Christian Friedrich Hacker in 1873. Later, a local teacher lived here, and after the Second World War an institution was set up to provide assistance to needy segments of the population. Today here is an interesting ceramic workshop of Adina Plastelin. This is a special technique for the production of various beautiful things using ceramic clay. Pieces of clay of different colors are made up like a huge puzzle. Then they begin to knead and stretch to the point where the cut becomes so thin that it is sufficient for firing and the production of jewelry or other jewelry. The thinnest piece carries a variety of colors and a pattern like its big brother, and the impression is that everything is done with jeweler's precision under a magnifying glass. Translated with Google Translate

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In this house lived the seed of Friedrich Lamlet - one of the founders of Sarona. The Lamle family was also known for the wonderful honey, vegetables and dairy products that they supplied to the markets of Sarona Yaffo and Tel Aviv. He was a pioneer in the field of viticulture. After the war, various departments of intelligence were housed here. parts of the air force. Now here is the house of Spinning Top. This is a shop and studio workshop Eran Gerblera. He devoted all of himself to this ancient toy and his tops just cause admiration. They are different, cute, ceramic, sophisticated, intelligent and immensely good. Eran also likes to tell stories about the top. It turns out that it takes its origin in Roman time. It was a gamble. And then in Germany, it turned into a Jewish children's game during the holiday of Hanukkah. Translated with Google Translate

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This place was the center of the German settlement and the intersection of its two main streets. On the contrary, the illuminated antenna of the modern general staff of the Israeli army and the Ministry of Defense. This complex was the most important military base for the British. In the years after the victory over fascism, when in Eretz Israel they were in a hurry to meet the surviving European Jews in the Holocaust, the British government prohibited the entry of Jews to Palestine. Some Jewish organizations went to extreme measures of armed pressure on the British. An attempt was made to attack this military base. It ended in failure and 4 leaders of the underground were killed. It is in their honor - in honor of four named South Street in Saron - Rehov HaArbaa. Translated with Google Translate

From here there is a beautiful view of the new high-rise buildings of Tel Aviv. It is hard to believe, but only a little more than a hundred years ago and beyond the gorge called the Ayalon River there was nothing, and beyond the gardens of the German settlers, half-wildly stretched, almost empty land. Translated with Google Translate

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This house was built by the Gottlieb Graz family. He was a blacksmith master. There is a weather vane on the house and it depicts a horse - a traditional weather vane. gel for blacksmiths houses. On the contrary, there stands a new communal house of the German colony of Saron, lined with concrete slabs under a stone. With time, it housed a cinema for English officers, later a synagogue of the military base Yehoshua, and then a canteen (restaurant) of the Ministry of Defense. Translated with Google Translate

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Here was located the miracle of German technology, brought from Europe. A wind turbine rotating from the wind injected pressure into the well, which led the groundwater to rise through a parallel well and accumulate water in an open tank. From here, from the highest point of the settlement, the water dispersed into the houses of the inhabitants. This miracle of technology was a wonder to the locals and they came to see it from distant villages. Here was the first communal house and post office. To this day, on the corner of the first communal home, you can see a blue mailbox with mail reception hours. A clock and a bell stood on the house itself, announcing the time gaps of the vain life of respectable German settlers. Translated with Google Translate

Enjoy a look at the former reservoir of water - the modern fountain of Sarona in the evening lights. Translated with Google Translate

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In this house was located the main drinking establishment of the German colony, as well as the famous bowling alley of Christian Kübler. Many Palestine travel guides have written that it is worth visiting this place. Thanks to the great beer and great game. The bowling alley itself has not been preserved, and the current path is a restoration. Today, there is also a pub and local beer as excellent as in the old days. Translated with Google Translate

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In this house with a mystical escape room the Illuminati lived two women Ida Lange and Lydia Veler. They divided between themselves a dwelling, originally conceived and built for two families. The women were unmarried and there were various rumors about them. However, they led a respectable economy, lived a decent life and did not pay attention to gossip. Together with other residents of Sarona were sent to Australia by the British authorities in 1941. Translated with Google Translate

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This house belonged to the family of Lewis Venus - a carpenter of the settlement. Despite the fact that the house was built only 15 years after the foundation of the settlement, from the very beginning, Venus was considered one of the famous carpenters and joiners not only in Saron, but also in other German settlements in Palestine. They came to him from far away, and in Haifa in the German colony, to this day you can see his work. Like many other Sarna families, the Venus were sent to Australia. Translated with Google Translate

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