Photographer's Note

Tel Aviv harbor was first built in 1936 and it's the first 'Hebrew' harbor in Israel. It was a major step in the indipendence of Israel.
After 70 years, it's now been re-built with a beutiful thin wooden floor, wavy to fit the 'sea' mood and the dunes that were there years ago. It's ideal for bykes and rollers. It's 14 thousend square meters, and so it became a great place to rest the soul. many resturants opened there, and it's great to finsh the day there, with a zip of coffee and a beautiful sunset.

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