The photo above is of the Eden Cinema on Lilenblum Street in Tel Aviv, taken October 21, 2018. It would seem the cinema is no longer in use for showing films.  Eva Salomon and Constable Duncan Rees in Eva Salomon’s War by Gabriella Goliger frequent the cinema. About the first half of the novel takes place in Tel Aviv. So here are some more photos of Tel Aviv, taken on streets that Eva walks: Rothschild Boulevard, Allenby Street and others.

A house on the corner of Allenby and Rothschild:

 

Rothschild, now with mature trees:

 

 

Some other glimpses of the past:

 

photo: Debra Martens

Tachkemoni School, used by the Hagana from 1942-1948 to train its members and to cache arms.

 

 

 

photo: Debra Martens

found in Jaffa flea market

Posted by Debra Martens

author, editor

One Comment

  1. Gabriella Goliger October 22, 2018 at 14:17

    Thank you for all the great photos that give glimpses of 1930s Tel Aviv.

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