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Dana
Dana
November 13, 2012
Beautiful Bauhaus buildings along this street.
Perry
Perry
April 07, 2012
Tel +972 3 5660123 Fax +972 3 5607186, 60 Ehad Ha’am St., Tel-Aviv 65202 Israel, Mon - Thu 11-19 ; Fri - Sat 11-14.
Benny
Benny
December 11, 2015
Superpharm. Under the Shalom Tower. Open 08:30 to 00:30. Closed Shabbat from Friday evening to Saturday night - less than 10 minute's walk
Shirley
Shirley
July 31, 2014
Feel free to ask mr fot any reccomendation. I want that you feel comfortable and have a great time in the city that I love the most! :) Thank you!
Dan
Dan
February 25, 2012
Great Kosher restaurant

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