A walking track in Tel Aviv with 10 landmarks in the history of the city. The trail was built in preparation for Israel’s 70th Independence Day, and the various stations are lit at night.
At this point you can see the Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium - The First Hebrew School. At first she was in Jaffa and then moved to Herzl Street in Tel Aviv (this is the place that was included in the Independence Route). In 1958, it moved to 106 Jabotinsky Street, where it still stands, and in its place the Shalom Tower was built.
The photo taken in 2019 shows Shalom Tower which stands where the gymnasium was and now has the current sign Click for a larger image
Today, the front of the school located at 106 Jabotinsky Street is a gate showing the school building on Herzl Street, as seen in a photo taken in 2018 Click for a larger image
And on it are signs that tell the story of the place Click for sign's details
Detailed information about the Gymnasium can be found at the sign posted near this sign Click for sign's details
There is also a commemorative sign on the grounds that the gymnasium is the center of "Hagana" Click for sign's details