Jaffa is located in Tel Aviv, Israel. It is a 4,000-year-old port city. Most of the people living here today are Arabs, retaining a lot of Arab life culture. Of course, you dont have to be too restrained to live. The Muslims here are more highly educated and are very enthusiastic about treating tourists.
The walls left by the old town of Jaffa are still left in the Ottoman period. This Turkish clock tower with more than 100 years of history is the landmark of the ancient city of Jaffa. This ancient city is usually visited from this clock tower. At the beginning, you can go to the flea market on Yefet Street to find old things or go straight down the road to find the artistic charm of this ancient city.
Like many towns in the Mediterranean, the doors and windows are mainly blue and white. Each window sill is planted with small flowers. Every corner is quaint and fresh, and it is also an ancient city that has experienced wind and rain. The religious vicissitudes of the old city of Jerusalem.
After the vicissitudes of Jaffa, the yellow brick wall can be seen everywhere in the history of the nicks, the uneven stone road has been polished smooth, the quiet alleys under the sun's embellishment has a primitive Rustic.
You can see the government constantly repairing the old features of the ancient city of Jaffa, and transform some streets into art and cultural gathering areas. The streets are full of museums, art galleries, cafes, jewelry stores, fashion art shops and other buildings. The ancient Jaffa has now become an art corridor, exuding a charming atmosphere.
Traveling to Israel, taking a lot of Israelis, sometimes taking pictures at close range, as long as you get their consent in advance, most people will be happy to let you shoot. The most obvious feeling is that the overall cultural level of the Israelites is very high. They seem to be very calm in life, do not like to show off their wealth, and are very friendly to Chinese tourists.
Old Lake Walker
The Old Town of Jaffa on the Mediterranean Sea is an ancient city with a history of more than 4,000 years and one of the earliest port trade cities in the world. This ancient millennium city has been mentioned many times in the Bible. For thousands of years, the Romans, Greeks, Crusaders, Turks, Arabs and other countries have invaded the army. The Old City of Jaffa has also staged a history of alternating ups and downs. Nowadays, the old town, which has experienced thousands of years of wind and rain, is surrounded by trees, trees and windows. Every building and every corner is telling the past...
"Jaffa" is Hebrew The homonym of the word "beautiful", because the scenery here is excellent and picturesque, it still maintains the simple appearance of the millennium. Most of the streets and towns of the ancient city are composed of stone houses. They are built according to the ups and downs of the terrain. They are full of vicissitudes of history and are particularly charming in the blue Mediterranean embrace.
The winds of the Mediterranean evoke Jaffa, and the azure coastline that nature has given adds to the fascinating charm of this 4,000-year-old city. St. Peter's Basilica is a landmark of Jaffa. It was originally built in 1654 and was built to commemorate the resurrection of the proud disciple of St. Peter in Jesus; it was completed in 1894 during the Ottoman Empire. Boarding the higher-lying Abrasha Park, the statue of Faith in the blue sky is extraordinarily tall; then take the Wishing Bridge and touch your own constellation, facing St. Peter's Church and the Mediterranean Sea. A wish, maybe it is really realized? !
The Old Town of Jaffa is situated on the south side of Tel Aviv, on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea, typical of Tel Aviv landmarks. The wood from the Bible that was built to build the Jewish temple in Jerusalem was shipped from here. Looking south at the seaside in Tel Aviv, there are hills surrounded by houses, and there is a bell tower on the top of the hill, which is the old town of Jaffa. The stone houses and alleys in the city have now become picturesque artists and tourist centers.