Photographer's Note

The Synagogue on the corner of Abarbanel st. and "Calipers" alley at
32.05703, 34.7670 on the map, has graffiti painting on both sides.
I will show yet another side (south) of this building with a reflection on the glassed wall of a restaurant just behind.

Info. from the web:
The Synagogue was dedicated to Rabbi Yedidya Frenkel who immigrated from Poland to Israel in 1935. He was appointed rabbi of the Florentine neighborhood. Rabbi Frenkel managed to find a common language with members of all the communities that populated the Florentine quarter, was received with love by all the residents. In 1973 he was appointed Chief-Rabbai of Tel-Aviv.

Picture taken from across a small intersection, cropped left part to avoid obstructions, RAW, F11.0, 1/320, ISO100, spot.


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Additional Photos by Ike Harel (ikeharel) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 12941 W: 638 N: 24766] (105236)
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