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Nemal Tel Aviv St 36, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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On the sign:
לוגו הנמל של תל אביב
הסטוריה בנמל: סיפור תולדות נמל תל אביב

[תמונה: סבלים פורקים תיבות הדרים ממחסן בנמל]
התמונה באדיבות American Colony Photo Department

ניחוח הדרים
מאות אלפי תיבות הדרים נשלחו דרך נמל תל אביב בכל שנה. בדצמבר 1936 שוגר משלוח פירות ההדר הגדול הראשון מנמל תל אביב בנוכחות ראש העיר ונכבדים. ארגז הפרי הראשון נשלח כשי למלך בריטניה ג’ורג’ השישי. שני המבנים הסמוכים (האנגר 8 והאנגר 9) שימשו לאחסון תיבות פרי ההדר שיוצאו מהנמל.
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The sign is part of a series of signs located in Tel Aviv port showing the history of Tel-Aviv port.

Translation of the text on the sign:
Tel Aviv port logo
History in Port: A History of the Port of Tel Aviv

[Image: Porters unloading citrus boxes from a warehouse located inside the port]
Image courtesy of American Colony Photo Department

The citrus scent
Hundreds of thousands of citrus boxes are shipped through Tel Aviv Port each year. In December 1936, the first large citrus fruits shipment was delivered from Tel Aviv port in the presence of the mayor and dignitaries. The first fruit box was sent as gift to King George VI. The two adjacent buildings (Hangar 8 and Hangar 9) were used to store the citrus boxes that came out of the harbor.




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