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 night the path and the cover are lit, see photo taken by Ariel Rubinstein in 2022 Click for a larger image
At this point you can see the Great Synagogue, located at 110 Allenby Street, that was built in 1925. In 1969 it was renovated with the addition of arches and reinforcements that brought it to its current shape.
The photo taken in 2019 shows the Great Synagogue Click for a larger image
Detailed information about the Synagogue can be found at the sign posted near this sign Click for sign's details
The synagogue also had a Lehi arms cache as perpetrated on the next sign Click for sign's details
The synagogue was designed by the architect Yehuda Magidovitch, and its dome by engineer Arpad Gut. In 1925, architect Dov Hershkowitz joined the design. The building was renovated in 1969 by Arieh El-Hanani, a renovation in which the arches surrounding the building were added to the building and in fact hide its original shape.