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Centre commercial
“Azrieli Center (Hebrew: מֶרְכָּז עַזְרִיאֵלִי; Merkaz Azrieli) is a complex of skyscrapers in Tel Aviv. At the base of the center lies a large shopping mall. The Azrieli Center is located on a 34,500 m2 (371,000 sq ft) site in Tel Aviv, Israel, which was previously used as Tel Aviv's dumpster-truck parking garage. The $350,000,000 project revitalized the area. The Azrieli Center Mall is one of the largest in Israel. There are about 30 restaurants, fast-food counters, cafes and food stands in the mall. The top floor of the mall is a popular hangout spot for teens, and many online message boards arrange get-togethers there during national holidays. ”
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Marché
“A past Templar neighborhood that went through millions of dollars’ worth of renovations and was turned into an open market. The place went through renovations, and the buildings that were previously occupied by grey officials are now occupied by smile saleswomen and hosts who’ll immediately show you to your table. The center is pretty and completely sterile, it hosts three residential buildings for the rich and in their lobby is a stunning and convenient food market. The space is pleasant and inviting and of course - expensive and unnecessary all at the same time.”
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Marché
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Centre commercial
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Centre commercial
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Centre commercial
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Friperie/Boutique de seconde main
“The owner, Michal, is a friend of mine, and Chelsy is one unique second hand store. Michal hand picks all items - cloths, shoes, bags, in the TLV, US and Eu's markets and brings it here. The difference - she has great taste so you can find high quality designed clothing for cheap prices all spread right in front of you and just puck an item”
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Boutique de vêtements
“If you think shopping for retro clothing happens only in dusty basements and moldy attics, you clearly have yet to step foot in Aderet Vintage Shop. Located on the ever-stylish Bugrashov Street near Dizengoff Square, Aderet was established in 2005 to curate a diverse collection of eclectic vintage clothing and accessories for men and women. The racks are filled with items ranging from throwback 1950s pieces to contemporary designs, and the stock changes weekly. Pick up gently worn jackets, shirts, hats, glasses, jewelry and bags that you definitely won't find at your go-to stores. Bonus: Not only do you get to shop, you can also reminisce about your favorite fashion eras. ”
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Café
“situated in a Bauhaus complex this cafe offers a quiet atmosphere that's great for reading and working . you can also pick up a book from the library that is inside the cafe. has a nice variety of Israeli breakfasts and salads available ”
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Boutique de vêtements
“IM THE OWNER OF THIS SHOP. IM A FASHION DESIGNER. IT IS VERY NICE SPOTE, YOU ARE MORE THEN WELCOME :)”
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Centre commercial
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Centre commercial
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Boutique de vêtements
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Centre commercial
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