Below is Tel Aviv street art:
What do you think street art tells you about the city? Do you think it is the subconscious rising to the surface? Do you think it is a canvas for the national psyche? Do you think it’s statement is political and subversive?
Tel Aviv has wonderful food. Here are some pics of food and restaurants:
I personally like any country that has wonderful cuisine, especially if that cuisine is affordable. Conversely, I despise any country that has terrible food. Tel Aviv has a delightful medley of African, European, Middle Eastern Jewish food. There is ethnic food from non-Jewish regions of the world as well that is quite wonderful. However, the fusion of post-diaspora refined into one palatable place makes Tel Aviv spectacular.
The architecture of a city is said to reveal the society’s self-reflection and confidence in itself. Below is the Pagoda House in Tel Aviv, which is the city’s architectural masterpiece:
So what does this reveal? It is a blending of Chinese and Mediterranean features. Does it show cultural sophistication and complexity? Does it show harmony? Does it show an ability to break the mold and to stand out?