The Clock Tower in Old Jaffa, Tel Aviv(Israel)
Hello dear visitors
Today I want to fly together to the oldest district of Tel Aviv, namely old Jaffa where I want to show you the Clock Tower.
If you have managed to go through my previous posts where I wrote about my experiences in different cities in Israel you will have seen that I have already written about this seaside neighborhood and the narrow stone-paved streets, so I won't go into those details again.
Yes, the Clock Tower is also in this district.
You can't miss it, the Clock Tower can be seen from a distance because it stands somewhere in the center of Yafet Street, from what I've seen it has quite a large space dedicated to it.
Let me show you some pictures we took on the streets of old Jaffa before arriving at our destination.
At every step here you find something to pose for, Tel Aviv is spectacular.
In the picture below you can also see the Tel Aviv police headquarters, an imposing building.
I also found a model of the city.
On both sides it is criss-crossed with traffic jams, and when I was here for the first time (because I wanted to see it in the evening, hoping there weren't so many people here) I found it quite difficult to cross the street, even though it was marked for pedestrian crossing.
Being a rather crowded city with a large population and many tourists at one time I found it stifling to walk the streets, which is why I visited the sights after dark when tourist groups were retiring book hotels.
Place for a short break from exploring old Jaffa.
The Clock Tower seen from different angles.
This picture is my favorite.
The Clock Tower was completed in 1902, with a fabulous history like that of the old Jafa district, is built of limestone and has a clock located near the top.
It took us long enough to take a few pictures without too many tourists in them, so we got a bit tired, if you visit this area too don't worry on both sides of the Clock Tower you can find restaurants where you can eat something or actually relax with a coffee.
What do you say, is the Clock Tower just as amazing in the evening?
Near the Clock Tower there is also a mosque and other tourist attractions that I will write about in other posts.
Unfortunately we were not allowed to go inside, I would have been happy if we could see the mosque from inside.
The day of exploring this old part of Jaffa has come to an end.
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P.S. The attached pictures you have just seen are taken by me with my mobile phone, and the text is also designed by me.