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Tel Aviv’s busiest neighborhoods and centers are completely deserted in the Covid-19 era.

Tel Aviv, Israel’s liveliest metropolis, is also known as the city that never sleeps.

It boasts stunning beaches, state-of-the-art restaurants, shops, cultural activities, bars, nightclubs – and more.

Recently, for example, the city’s Kerem Hateimanim (Yemenite Vineyard), founded by Jewish refugees fleeing Yemen over 100 years ago, was labeled one of the coolest neighborhoods in the world, according to Forbes travel magazine. It is also home to 50 synagogues.

Now, due to the coronavirus lockdown, Tel Aviv is eerily quiet. Watch and see the deserted streets. Heartbreaking!






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